Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly's Recent Hallucinogenic Trip Doesn't Sound Like Fun

Megan Fox described a recent psychedelic drug trip she experienced with boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly and said she "went to hell for eternity," as one does.

By Ryan Gajewski Jul 13, 2021 6:46 AMTags
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Megan Fox has played a demon on the screen, and now she believes she's experienced eternal damnation in real life as well. 

The 35-year-old Jennifer's Body star visited Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, July 12, where she told guest host Arsenio Hall about a recent time when she and boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly drank the psychedelic tea known as ayahuasca while they vacationed in Costa Rica. 

Megan explained that the experience involved going into the jungle with indigenous people and limiting her food intake, all of which she said was nothing at all akin to a "five-star experience" in terms of accommodations or luxury. The mom of three then shared that before taking the ayahuasca, which the couple consumed over the course of three nights, she and 20 strangers had to ingest a lemongrass tea "until you, not of your own volition, just vomit everything out of your body."

As for the feelings she had after taking the hallucinogenic beverage, Megan said, "It was incredibly intense. The second night, I went to hell for eternity. And just knowing eternity is torture in itself because there was no beginning, middle or end. So you have a real ego death."

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When questioned by Arsenio as to how she knew what she was experiencing, Megan described the feeling as "psychological hell" and said she found the experience akin to therapy but more enlightening. 

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"It just goes straight into your soul and takes you into your psychological prison you hold yourself in," the Transformers actress said. "It's your own version of hell. And I was definitely there."

During the interview, Megan said she encourages others to experience it for themselves, although we're not sure that this story is really providing people with a hard sell.