Machine Gun Kelly Said Yes to a Movie Role Just to Meet Megan Fox

Today in things that could have easily turned creepy rather than romantic: Machine Gun Kelly says he literally just played his part in Midnight at Switchgrass Because he wanted to meet/spend some time (and presumably attract?) his now girlfriend Megan Fox.

This last little talk about MGK and Megan’s love affair came to us courtesy of The Drew Barrymore Show, where the rapper was filling his ship while painting Drew Barrymore’s nails (you know, you do).

“Can I ask how you guys met? Is a date set up for you?” Drew asked because, frankly, is there a more appropriate time to ask someone about the details of their love life than during a friendly manicure session?

MGK, for his part, wasted no time opening up and wasn’t ashamed of how much he wanted to simplify it for Meghan.

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We were making a movie [Midnight in the Switchgrass]And, ironically, the only reason I took the movie was because they were like, “Your scenes with Megan Fox” and I was like, “I’m going to take the movie,” he explained.

Machine Gun Kelly explained that he had an inner feeling for him and Megan, and as he put it, “My hunch is always right and I’m grateful for that.”

Another piece of evidence to prove MGK’s psychological gut theory? He totally predicted one of his first and Meghan’s.

“For some reason I knew she was going to invite me to lunch,” MGK said. “And then all of a sudden, someone came up and said, ‘Meghan wants to know if she wants to have lunch in her trailer.'” And I said, ‘Oh my God, I’m so surprised. Yes sure.”

When MGK got to Meghan’s trailer, he said she asked him how he felt — and the rest cut the deal for his heart.

He told her, “I am lost.” “She said, ‘Let’s find you.’ And I was like…you killed me. She was a cupid.”

Raise your hands if you feel very faint because of this*

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