In a recent interview with Glamour Magazine UK, Megan Fox revealed that her and her now
fiance Machine Gun Kelly drank blood. The couple has a habit of cutting themselves as a
means to bleed in order to offer each other their respective liquid. The actress later states
that it’s done in the context of rituals (which supports the claims that Hollywood isn’t a saint
Megan Fox is an American actress and model, born on May 16, 1986 in Oak Ridge. She
was revealed in the early 2000’s by regular roles on television: Ocean Ave, then the sitcom
The Family Star. She is best known for her role in the horror-comedy movie Jennifer’s Body
where she plays an attractive female vampire.
It was screened out-of-competition at the Toronto International Film Festival in September
2009 at a midnight screening. When it was released, the film was moderately successful at
the box office and it divided the critics, meeting a mixed reception. Nevertheless, it gained
notoriety over time, considered a cult film in the United States.
The film features a teenage girl named Jennifer (Megan Fox) who finds herself possessed
by a succubus as a result of a sacrifice gone wrong. So she starts killing her male
classmates to feed herself. Her best friend, Needy (Amanda Seyfried), then tries to stop her.
It seems like Megan Fox took her role to heart and applied it to Machine Gun Kelly. This
could be just another crazy Hollywood story without importance but the couple have been
ultra publicized lately with the numerous PDA’s and millions of instagram likes. Let’s say that
the couple is looked up to and held on a pedestal.
Take a Look At The Blood Drinking Post That Megan Fox Posted:
Megan Fox Responded To The Blood Drinking Post With This Video:
Here’s Megan Rationalizing This as Normal..
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Hollywood sure has gone quite satanic hasn’t it. It’s no wonder, the word hollywood comes from the ‘holly’ wood, a type of wood that was used to cast spells.
When I was a kid, I looked up to Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake and now kids look up
to Megan Fox and MGK who have confessed to participating in rituals. The least we can say
is that the times have changed.
Hollywood has a handful of celeb couples. The rapper Cardi B and her husband Offset also
had their part in public drama and humiliations. Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, better known as
Cardi B in 1992 in New York, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter and actress.
She owes her fame in a first time to the viral nature of videos broadcast on Vine and Instagram.
From 2015 to 2017, she appeared as a participant in the reality TV series on VH1 Love &
Hip Hop: New York before starting a musical career by releasing two mixtapes in 2017.
She is now committed to Offset, by his real name Kiari Kendrell Cephus, born on December
14, 1991 in Lawrenceville, Georgia, is a rapper and also an American singer. He is best
known as a member of the Migos trio, alongside members of his family Takeoff and Quavo.
Before getting officially married, the pair have had their fair amount of public flirting or drama.
On the 27th of August 2017, the Dominican rapper hinted to Offset that she fantasized about
an engagement, two months later, she announced that she was single through an instagram
Exactly two months after she expressed a desire for marriage the pair got engaged on stage
in front of a huge crowd and the Kodak Yellow rapper said yes. But their marriage has been
a succession of back and forth due to the multiple cheating allegations directed to the
Atlanta rapper. Cardi B threatened to leave multiple times, even filed for divorce once but
never completed the procedure.
This time again, the couple is highly looked up to and admired by youngsters.
Is this really the marriage dynamic that we want to promote for young women ? Just like
parents, celebrities are thought highly of and celebrated but sometimes we forget that they
are not perfect and can set a toxic example. Especially in the dating field.
Is it time to put an end to the pedestalization of celeb couples?
I call this phenomenon the “praise culture”. It’s a noun which refers to a systematic act of
adulation regarding a particular celebrity or a relationship, healthy or toxic. This phenomenon
took place on social media first. To resume, celebs are the new gods.
The power couple Beyonce and Jay Z had their fair amount of praise too, despite the rapper’s numerous alleged affairs. But it would be impossible to desacralize the very couple who rented the Louvre for a music video in Paris.
Celebrities sell dreams and hopes for young people. This is why their critics think that they
should only promote healthy relationships and good values, but we forget that celebrities are
human and are very imperfect too.