Machine Gun Kelly reveals 'life changing' ayahuasca trip with fiancee Megan Fox where she saw 'unicorns and rainbows'

MACHINE Gun Kelly revealed he had a life-altering ayahuasca experience with his fiancee Megan Fox.

The rapper, 31, said the actress, 35, saw "unicorns and rainbows" when they took the plant-based psychedelic during a trip to Costa Rica.

MGK – real name Colson Baker – reflected on their experience during an appearance onJimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday.

He said: "It was one of the most important things that happened to me in my life.

"I remember even going to the third night and Megan was like 'I can't, I can't do this. I can't go back.'

"Her first night it was rainbows and unicorns. It was great. Her second night it was 'I don't ever want to see that again.'"

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Ayahuasca is a psychoactive tea that originates from the Amazon region, which traditional healers use for its reported healing properties.

It is made up of the ayahuasca vine (Banisteriopsis caapi) and a shrub called chacruna (Psychotria viridis), which contains the hallucinogenic drug dimethyltryptamine (DMT).

The drug is illegal in the United States as well as in many other countries.

Jimmy told MGK that Megan came on the show over the summer and described her experience as "a trip to hell and back".

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When asked if he had a similar trip, the rapper recalled: "I remember walking up – it was a circle of about 20 people.

"You are in the forest or the jungle, you're dieting, you're not eating past 5pm or drinking water or anything.

"I was the last person to take it. I remember everybody had one cup. They get to me and the shaman says something to the translator and the translator goes 'she says you have a big shadow of darkness behind you and you need more'.

"Everyone in the circle was just looking when they gave me more of the cups because they all just did one. I did like four."

Jimmy asked if the "shadow" went away, to which the musician replied: "On the third night, I remember the shaman, he had a bottle of tobacco water and he did this thing and I saw grey like sand coming from my body and I watched it go."


He said the shaman then blew the sand into the bottle of tobacco water.

"What was that? Was that me?" MGK remembered thinking at the time.

Jimmy admitted: "Boy, I would just never do that. I would never be that adventurous."

Back in July, Megan said of her experience: "Everybody's journey is different. The second night, I went to hell for eternity."

Jimmy asked how she knew she had approached the state of afterlife.


Megan responded: "It's your own psychological hell basically. It's the point of the medicine.

"This is a medicine that surpasses anything you could do with talk therapy, hypnotherapy, or any of those things it just goes straight into your soul.

"And it takes you to the psychological prison that you hold yourself in. It's your own version of hell and I was definitely there."

Megan and MGK met in March 2020 while filming Midnight in the Switchgrass just after Megan separated from Beverly Hills, 90210 actor Brian Austin Green.

They announced their engagement in January and admitted to celebrating the news by drinking each other's blood.

Recently, the couple cuddled up with his pre-teen daughter in an Instagram Story. 

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MGK shares Casie, 12, with a woman named Emma Cannon. He welcomed Casie back in 2008 when he was 18.

Megan shares sons Noah, nine; Bodhi, seven; and Journey, five, with ex Brian.

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