Megan Fox fires back at trolls by comparing herself to Japanese Sєx dolls

By admin Feb17,2024

Megan Fox is firing back at online trolls who trashed her looks after pH๏τos of herself and fiancee Machine Gun Kelly partying with Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce surfaced this week.

The pics were taken at Zouk Nightclub in Las Vegas after Kelce’s Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 58.

After the pouty pics started making the rounds online, followers accused her of undergoing plastic surgery with one keyboard critic saying she could “pᴀss for a plastic doll.”

”Megan Fox was genuinely one of the most beautiful women I have ever seen. It makes me sad that she couldn’t see that,” one fan lamented. “She had the kind of beauty that made me question how straight I am. She didn’t need any plastic surgery. She doesn’t even look like herself anymore.”

As the pH๏τos went viral, Fox shared a snap from another angle in which she didn’t look so different after all.

“Oh my god guys look how different I…don’t look at all,” she swiped in the caption. “Turns out it was just a shadowy cell phone pic of me looking like a Ukrainian blowup doll,” she continued. “When in REALITY I look like one of those super expensive silicone real Sєx dolls you can only get in japan.”

But Fox’s comments landed her in H๏τ water, with some users on Instagram accusing her of being xenophobic towards Ukrainians.

“WTF Megan. The Ukraine is literally at war right now,” one person wrote, while another called her remarks, “Another act of discrimination (against) Ukrainian women.”

”Good advice: it’s better to ask someone smarter to check your Instagram caption before posting, because it’s a disaster honey,” one follower advised.

Fox waded back into the fray to defend herself, writing, “Dear God. That is NOT what I meant. Ukrainian women are H๏τ (as f***) and so in my imagination the blowup dolls would also be H๏τ.”

The Transformers alum added: “Let a girl make a joke for f***s sake.”

Last year, Fox opened up in a candid conversation with Sports Illustrated about struggling with her appearance, revealing to the magazine that she suffers from body dysmorphia.

”I don’t ever see myself the way other people see me,” she said. “There’s never a point in my life where I loved my body, never, ever.”

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