Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox may need to do some atoning after being accused of “mocking” Christianity with their Halloween costumes.
The Bloody Valentine rocker wore a set of black and red priest robes while holding a leash around the actress’ neck.
Fox, meanwhile, was dressed in black PVC lingerie, fishnets stockings, thigh-high black boots, and a silk shawl, Page Six reports.
“On Sundays we take communion,” Fox captioned the photo set on Sunday, which appeared to show Kelly feeding her a communion wafer.
“Let this be mocking ANY other religion/world view and everyone would be so upset. I swear the obsession with mocking Jesus and the Christian faith is just so sickening and hateful. Not surprised though,” one commenter wrote.
“Notice how Christianity is the only religion that is openly mocked and people find it comical? Hmm,” another said.
A third wrote: “Totally dislike these costumes. And to mock communion is sad to me. I’m a fan of you both but damn this was jus like a total WTF moment for me!”
However, this wasn’t Fox and Kelly’s first 2022 Halloween costume to stir up controversy.
The couple previously posted other pictures where they were dressed as Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson.
In a clip Kelly shared, he was shown snorting and licking “cocaine” (presumably fake, though it’s unclear) off Fox’s chest.
“Happy Halloween virgins,” he captioned an Instagram carousel of photos from the Casamigos party on Friday.
“OK but this? Hell na, might ur music be good but the drugs? Not that much,” one follower wrote, referencing Kelly’s large fan base of teenage girls.
“Him thinking it’s OK to post a video doing a f***ing line is crossing a f***ing line after every artist we’ve had overdose in the past few years,” another person said.
The couple, who got engaged in January, were even criticised for picking that costume altogether.
“Tommy Lee was handcuffed and sent to jail for six months for felony spousal abuse but apparently that’s trendy now, huh,” one Twitter user wrote alongside a snap of the couple in costume.
This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission
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