Megan Fox sparks confusion by comparing her boyfriend to a ‘tsunami’

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s relationship is one of truly epic proportions.

Or at least according actress herself, who recently told Nylon magazine that being in love with her boyfriend “is like being in love with a tsunami or a forest fire.”

“The intensity of merging with him is just overwhelming, and the threat it poses is so powerful but so beautiful that you have no choice to surrender with reverence and with gratitude,” she said of the singer and rapper, whose real name is Colson Baker.

Fox, 34, added that she shares a connection of “mythic proportions” with MGK, and called their love a “once in a lifetime thing.”

The pair met on the set for the forthcoming film Midnight in the Switchgrass and their connection was instant, Fox said.

“I looked into his eyes [and] I felt the most pristine, most gentle, most pure spirit,” she told the magazine. “My heart shattered immediately and I just knew that I was f***ed.”

Fox’s feelings for her partner are no secret, as she has described the two as being “two halves of the same soul.”

“A twin flame is actually where a soul has ascended into a high enough level that it can be split into two different bodies at the same time,” she said in July on the Give Them Lala...with Randall podcast.

“So we’re actually two halves of the same soul, I think. And I said that to him almost immediately, because I felt it right away.”

The two started dating in May, just after Fox separated from 90210-star Brian Austin Green, her husband of more than a decade.

Fans had mixed reactions to the interview, with some gushing over their relationship” “Ugh I LOVE them,” one person commented on Twitter.

Others, however, seemed a bit concerned. “Fam that doesn’t sound romantic at all that’s toxic,” one person said. “Run girl, find higher ground,” another wrote.

Either way, ‘being in love with a tsunami’ mostly has just sparked confusion. As one person put it: “whatever that means…”

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