Kelly’s machine gunner wants to tell the world about how she feels about Megan Fox when their romance warms up.
The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker, released it through actress Megan Fox when they went on an Instagram official with their relationship.
Kelly was troubled by his thoughts about what Megan meant to him when she had previously stated that they were both “sharing the same soul.”
Kelly said that after her marriage to Brian Austin Green broke up, she waited for “eternity” in Megan’s arms.
The couple were close friends at the time, but quickly developed into something more passionate and Kelly could no longer maintain her feelings.
In a new photo of a couple who shared on social media, Kelly is seen with her arms around Megan in a black and white mirror.
Kelly, with her hand on the back of the Transformers actress, called “Waiting for eternity to find you again,” along with a red heart and a knife emoji.
The couple is currently working on a film in Puerto Rico, and production at Midnight in Switchgrass is once again going green.
There were walks along the beach, which was originally stopped in March due to a coronavirus pandemic.
At the time, Megan admitted that Kelly had an “intense connection,” even though she was still married at the time.
In an interview with film director Randall Emmett in his film Give Them Lala and Randall The July 22 podcast Megan felt that there was something wrong with Kelly.
She said, “I was like, ‘Who will play this role?’ And he (Randall) was like, “Oh, we just got a Kelly machine gun,” and I was immediately happy, “Uh, oh,”
“Because I knew – I felt that this meeting would become something wild, but I wasn’t sure what yet.”
Megan admitted that she felt a deep connection with Kelly almost immediately.
She continued, “I just felt deep in my soul – that something would come of it. Then we met on stage.
“I knew immediately that what I call a double flame. Instead of a kindred soul, the double flame is actually such that the soul has risen to such a high level that it can be divided into two different bodies at the same time.
“So we’re actually two halves of the same soul. And I told him almost immediately, because I felt it right away.”
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