Megan Fox Calls Being In Love With Machine Gun Kelly "A Tsunami" And People Have OPINIONS

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Megan Fox Calls Being In Love With Machine Gun Kelly "A Tsunami" And People Have OPINIONS

In a recent interview, actress Megan Fox compared her relationship with Machine Gun Kelly to actual natural disasters.

Along with comparing their relationship to a tsunami and a forest fire, she also commented that the intensity of their love, saying that "the threat it poses is so powerful."

This dramatic comparison was worrisome to some people on Twitter, who called out the statement.

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Loving him is like being in love with a tsunami or a forest fire. Megan Fox

This is a pretty intense statement for being in love, generally.

Is the feeling maybe...something else?

Or perhaps...it's just that they're VERY attracted to each other?

A lot of people straight up called it "toxic."

It caused some conversations between people on Twitter, though the general consensus remained that love shouldn't feel like this.

I mean, it's a metaphor, but, it DOES still mean...this.

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