KEY POINTS

  • Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox were pictured driving in Calabasas, California
  • A day after, Brian Austin Green posts cryptic message 
  • Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox have long been rumored to have called it quits

It has been weeks since Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green have been rumored to be on the rocks, and the latest outing of the actress and Machine Gun Kelly has everyone convinced that the married couple has really called it quits.

On Friday (May 15), Fox and the rapper were spotted driving around Calabasas, California. The pair co-stars in “Midnight In The Switchgrass,” the production of which was paused because of the global COVID-19 threat, People reported.

Machine Gun Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, refused to speak about the matter. However, a day after the two were spotted out and about, Fox’s husband shared a cryptic message on Instagram that had left fans wondering if it was the confirmation that he and the “Jennifer’s Body” star were not together anymore.

“Eventually butterflies get bored sitting on a flower for too long. They start feeling smothered. It’s a great big world and they want to experience it,” Green captioned a photo of butterflies on flowers that he uploaded on Instagram.

Fox and Green have yet to address the public about the real score of their marriage. It is worth noting, however, that the 34-year-old had a back tattoo that read, “We will all laugh at gilded butterflies.”

On Sunday (May 17), Green grabbed a cup of joe from the same coffee shop that Fox and Machine Gun Kelly went to the day before. Noticeably, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” actor wasn’t wearing his wedding ring during the run.

Previously, Fox and Green were pictured in a parking lot with their kids, Noah Shannon, Journey River, and Bodhi Ransom. The couple was then seen transferring their bundles of joy from one car to another.

A source told E! News in April that the Fox and Green have not been practicing social distancing together. Despite this, the insider claimed the pair don’t have any plans to file for divorce yet.

The couple met in 2004 on the set of “Hope & Faith” and at the time, Fox was 18 and Green was 30. The latter popped the question in 2006 but called off their engagement in February 2009.

They got back together and exchanged “I do’s” in 2010, and five years later, Fox filed for divorce.