Megan Fox Reveals She ‘Went To Hell’ During A Hallucinogenic Trip With BF Machine Gun Kelly
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Megan Fox’s faithfulness to BF Machine Gun Kelly should never be doubted. And this is because of a recent hellish experience that she put herself through for his sake. The duo is known for their adventurous escapades, and so far, their hallucinogenic trip to Costa Rica might have to top the list of all things they’ve ever done together.
Megan Fox has shared the stories behind her and BF Machine Gun Kelly’s recent hallucinogenic trip.
Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live with guest host Arsenio Hall, 35-Year-Old Megan shared how the ayahuasca trip sent her to the depths of hell. Both Meghan and her BF went to try out ayahuasca, which is a potentially dangerous hallucinogenic drink. It’s often used as a spiritual medicine by the indigenous people of the Amazon and considered illegal in the United States.
The 35-Year-Old said they traveled to Costa Rica to take the ayahuasca, which is illegal in the US.
“So we went to Costa Rica to do ayahuasca in an indigenous setting. You don’t get to eat after, like, 1:00 p.m. You have to walk a long distance. You can’t shower because they’re in a drought. You have to respect the rainforest. Nothing glamorous about it.” Megan explained. She claimed the ceremony began with ‘vomitivo,’ which implies you have to drink a plant-based concoction that makes you vomit.
“You can’t shower because they’re in a drought. You have to respect the rainforest. Nothing glamorous about it.” Megan claimed.
Megan revealed the trip began with “vomitivo,” where she and her BF drank lemongrass tea until the point of vomiting.
She added: “You can’t get out of it. And you have to vomit a certain amount before they let you get back with everyone. So you’re like cheering on everyone as they throw up.” Megan shared she and 31-Year-Old Machine Gun Kelly took ayahuasca three different nights out and experienced different effects each time. She continued: “Everybody’s journey is different. The second night I went to hell for eternity. And just knowing eternity is like torture in itself because there’s no beginning, middle, or end. So you have like a real ego death.”
Megan described the three nights that she was under the influence of ayahuasca as “intense.”
She also claimed the experience surpassed other versions of the therapy she’d undergone in the past.
However, Megan claimed the experience surpassed other versions of the therapy she’d undergone in the past, especially as she believes the medicine went straight into her soul. “It just goes straight into your soul and takes you into the psychological prison you hold yourself in. It’s your version of hell, and I was there.” Megan concluded. It appears this is something Megan had wanted to do for some time. In 2019, she had told US Weekly that she would like to go on an Ayahuasca journey to meet herself, transcend, have a little death, and come out the other side.