Machine Gun Kelly’s guitarist Sophie Lloyd responds to rumours she’s the ‘other woman’
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Sophie Lloyd, Machine Gun Kelly's (MGK) guitarist, has responded to rumours she's the 'other woman' in between the rock star and Megan Fox.
The Transformers actor caused one hell of an upset when she deleted all photos of MGK from her social media last weekend.
She uploaded a series of pictures with a cryptic caption that referenced a Beyoncé lyric about 'dishonesty'.
Fox included a photo of a letter burning and many fans were wondering whether this was a big sign that she had split from her fiancé.
Naturally, loads of people were posting questions in the comments section of her Instagram and one called out Sophie's name.
The user wrote: "He probably got with Sophie."
Megan replied: "Maybe I got with Sophie."
It wasn't long before Fox, 36, deactivated her Instagram account, which meant we couldn't get any more tidbits of information about what the hell is going on.
However, Sophie Lloyd has since spoken out and slammed the accusation that she got with Machine Gun Kelly (real name Colson Baker) or Fox.
A statement released by her management to Page Six reads: "Sophie Lloyd is a professional, accomplished musician who has been needlessly dragged into the media based off of meritless accusations made by social media.
“Any suggestion that she has ever acted in an unprofessional manner or stepped out of her relationship are untrue.
"It’s disrespectful to her as a female artist and poor journalism and social commentary to be reporting anything else.”
She also tried to put the rumours to bed over Valentine's Day when she shared an image of her and her boyfriend Christopher Painter on Instagram.
They've been dating for more than five years, according to Page Six, and her February 14 post looked like they were very happily in love.
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox haven't spoken publicly since the drama unfolded over the Super Bowl weekend.
Fox originally followed only three men before deleting her Insta altogether: Harry Styles, Timothée Chalamet and... Eminem.
Some will remember Machine Gun Kelly and Marshall Mathers had some serious beef back in 2018, so it's telling that Fox decided to follow him.
Fans started spreading conspiracies the whole drama was going to be revealed in a Super Bowl advert or during Rihanna's performance, however no gimmick was made.
We'll just have to wait to hear from them when they feel ready.