Love is Pain: Machine Gun Kelly designed Megan Fox’s engagement ring ‘to hurt’ if she takes it off!


Lovebirds Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly recently made our hearts skip a beat with their heartwarming engagement announcement. After less than two years of dating, the singer popped the big question to the famous Hollywood actress in an intimate and dreamy moment which he later shared with the world. MGK later debuted Megan’s engagement ring on his Instagram account and shared in detail the symbolism behind her beautiful ring.  “The emerald (her birthstone) and the diamond (my birthstone) set on two magnetic bands of thorns that draw together as two halves of the same soul forming the obscure heart that is our love,” read an excerpt from his caption.

If ‘Love is Pain’ Megan’s engagement ring is PAINFUL! Getting into the intricate details of the ring in their latest interview with Vogue, Kelly made some shocking revelations. Speaking about the details of the ring, the pop star said, “It’s a thoroughbred Colombian emerald, with no treatment. It was just carved into the teardrop, straight out of the mine. And the diamond was directly from (designer) Stephen (Webster)." However, the next words that came from the singer’s mouth raised eyebrows. Megan’s engagement ring is designed in such a way that if she tried to take it off, it’ll hurt. Say what?

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"The concept is that the ring can come apart to make two rings. When it’s together, it’s held in place by a magnet. So you see how it snaps together? And then it forms an obscure heart," he explained. "And you see this right here? The bands are actually thorns. So if she tries to take it off, it hurts…" Explaining the reason behind the thorn band, Kelly simply said, “Love is pain!"

Every love story is different where both the partners have the right to express their love in the way they feel. Although, has MGK’s symbolism of love gone overboard? What are your thoughts on this?

(Source- Vogue)