According to new reports, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox have hit the pause button on their tumultuous relationship.

The pair have reportedly been having issues since the 2023 Super Bowl, and a source told Us Weekly, "They are very hot and cold. They have stalled wedding planning to work on their issues."

The source also allegedly called their relationship "pretty volatile."

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However, the couple is apparently still in communication via texting.

Rumors of a breakup between the two began swirling in February when Megan's social media revealed some telling signs of trouble in the relationship after she deleted all of her photos with MGK and unfollowed him.

She also seemingly followed Eminem, leading many fans to believe the move was a diss to MGK. However, it was unclear if she had already been following the rapper, with whom she worked on the music video for his 2010 hit with Rihanna, "Love the Way You Lie."

Notably, MGK and Eminem had public beef after the former commented on the latter's daughter, Hailie Jade, publicly.

Megan's Instagram has since been completely wiped of posts.

According to Page Six, Megan was also recently spotted without her engagement ring at the 2023 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in Los Angeles.

The outlet also reported that MGK apparently said his life "is in shambles" during a recent Houston concert.

A source told the publication that the cause of the relationship's downward spiral was allegedly suspicious texts and DMs Megan found on MGK's phone.

Megan later responded to the claims via Instagram, where she said, "There has been no third-party interference in this relationship of any kind. That includes, but is not limited to… actual humans, DMs, AI bots, or succubus demons."

The couple first met on the set of Midnight in the Switchgrass, a film that was ultimately shut down by the pandemic in 2020. Megan later starred in MGK's "Bloody Valentine" music video.

In July 2020, they gave their first joint interview and officially confirmed their relationship on a podcast, where they called themselves "two halves of the same soul."

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