Megan Fox says a viral social media post claiming she won’t wear face masks during the pandemic is a fake and calls the internet hysteria “scary”.
On Friday the 34-year-old Transformer star wrote on her Instagram stories, “I’ve never made statements about wearing masks. Scary that you can go viral and potentially socially crucified for something you haven’t done,” added, “The internet does so much fun.”
That day, a fake Instagram message from Fox read: “I noticed comments on social media that challenged my decision not to wear a mask in public. While I appreciate the concerns of my fans and others, it’s ultimately mine Decision to trust that. ” Universe to protect myself and my family. We are okay. The fans I met had no issues and if they did I would have loved to give them space or put one on as I always have one with me for the comfort of other people. Ultimately, I don’t think bullying is the way to go. Please respect our beliefs, values and privacy. “
It turns out that the viral post of Megan Fox’s alleged testimony about wearing masks is fake.
The picture was photographed with one of her 2014 posts. pic.twitter.com/XeuuFLDTnx
– Pop Crave (@PopCrave) February 19, 2021
According to the Pop Crave Twitter account, the fake post contained a real headline that Fox wrote on Instagram in 2014 that read, “How can we expect to receive blessings in our lives when we suffer the writers of others? Stop defaming.” Stop bullying. ” . “
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According to PeopleThe viral, now-deleted, tweet of the fake post contained a photo of Fox wearing face masks next to her musician friend Machine Gun Kelly, 30. The couple have been dating since last year after meeting on the set of the thriller film Midnight in the switchgrass, when she got divorced Beverly Hills, 90210 Star Brian Austin Green. The couple of ten years share three sons: Journey (4), Bodhi (6) and Noah (8). While Kelly has a 12 year old daughter named Casie from a previous relationship.
On their first Valentine’s Day couple, Machine Gun Kelly (real name Colson Baker) revealed on Instagram that he is wearing a vial of Fox’s blood around his neck. “My damn Valentine’s Day,” the musician marked his contribution.
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