As you might know, Megan Fox made headlines for dragging her ex-husband, Brian Austin Green, a couple of days ago, over sharing a picture of their son, Journey, 4, on social media! That being said, some of her fans have been wondering how her current boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly feels about the drama as well.
After separating earlier this year, it appeared that Megan Fox and her former husband of over a decade were rather friendly but judging by her reaction to his latest family post, that doesn’t seem to be the case at all anymore!
Things took a turn as far as the public is concerned, on Monday when the actor posted a pic in which his and the actress’ son, Journey – their youngest – was featured.
Obviously, since they have been mostly keeping all three of their kids out of the spotlight until now, it makes sense that she was not happy about that!
Seeing her youngest exposed to the world like that gave Megan a lot of stress but fortunately for her, she’s found a great support system in Machine Gun Kelly who made sure to be there for her!
One insider shared with HollywoodLife that ‘Colson [MKG’s real name] completely supports Megan in whatever decision she makes, especially when it comes to her children. He knows that Megan is incredibly protective over her kids and he doesn’t care what lengths she’ll have to go to in order to do what she feels is in their best interest. It’s one of the things that he respects about her the most. Colson will always have Megan’s back no matter what, but he understands it’s not his place to step in and he knows that she can handle her own.’
What he can do, however, is support her a hundred percent, as the source went on to mention he actually always does.
Another insider dished for the same news outlet that ‘They’re in love and support each other to the fullest extent. She’s used her words for many things she believes in and she will always do that whether it’s about Brian or anything else. They both share that ‘no BS’ way of life and they’re in full support of each other. That’s a major turn-on for them both.’