Megan Fox arrests Rude Troll for mistaking her tattoo for pubic hair

Megan Fox slammed an Instagram follower on Friday after mistaking her tattoo for an unshaven bikini line.

The spicy exchange came after Fox shared photos of herself and fiancé Machine Gun Kelly, cosplaying as Princess Zelda and Link from “The Legend of Zelda” video game, reports Page Six.

“All this money, and she can’t buy a razor. She’s off my ‘list’ now,” the user commented on the photo, in which the 36-year-old sported a revealing costume with sky-high slits inspired by the warrior queen.

Replying with ease, Fox quipped sarcastically, “Are you mistakenly referring to my tattoo? Anyway, I’m devastated to be taken off your list. I was hoping you would marry me.

In the photo of the couple dressed up as beloved fantasy characters, she captioned the post, “Very seriously looked into modifying the elves ear after that. @grimes let me know if you find anyone.

The pair coordinated several controversial Halloween costumes, including playfully mimicking a priest and sexy submissive and Pad like Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee. Kelly even snorted what looked like cocaine on Fox’s chest.

When it comes to online reviews, Fox has never been shy about setting the record straight.

Last month, she skillfully struck down a follower who commented on her selfie: “Where are your children?”

“Wait, wait, wait, I have…kids?!?” Oh my god, I knew I forgot something!! Fox joked in response. “Quick, someone call the valet at the Beverly Hills Hotel. This is the last place I remember seeing them. Maybe someone turned them into lost and found.

The ‘Jennifer’s Body’ actor and ex-husband Brian Austin Green are parents to sons Noah, 10, Bodhi, 8, and Journey, 6.

Fox and Kelly met in 2020 on set while filming crime thriller ‘Midnight in the Switchgrass’ – got engaged in January, about a year and a half after they made their relationship official.


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