Megan Fox and her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly. Image via Instagram @meganfox.

‘I went to hell’: Megan Fox on drinking ayahuasca with boyfriend [watch]

Megan Fox and boyfriend Machine Gun Kelly thought ‘glamping’ and drinking a psychoactive tea in Costa Rica would be a ‘five-star experience’. Turned out not…


Megan Fox and her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly. Image via Instagram @meganfox.

Actress Megan Fox and her beau rapper Machine Gun Kelly flew to Central America to drink a tea that causes hallucinations, which Fox described as a trip to hell in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Live on 13 July. 


Megan Fox and Colson Baker popularly known by his stage name, Machine Gun Kelly, took a trip to Costa Rica in Central America where they tried ayahuasca which is a psychoactive tea, in “a proper setting, with indigenous people.”

The experience induces auditory and visual hallucinations and is said to treat anxiety, trauma and more, according to Page Six

The Jennifer’s Body star that she and her beau went to a place known for catering to celebrities for a spiritual journey. However, they soon discovered it was just a remote jungle. 

“So I was thinking it was like glamping, like it was gonna be some kind of five-star experience,” said Fox in her Jimmy Kimmel Live interview. 

“But you get there and you really are in the middle of the jungle, and you don’t get to eat after like 1pm. You have to walk a very far distance to get your water, and you can’t shower because they’re in a drought.” she continued. 

“There was nothing glamorous about it, and it’s all a part of making you vulnerable, so you sort of surrender to the experience,” she added. 

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By not glamorous, she further explained that she had to throw up in front of 20 other strangers, three by three as part of the ceremony. 

“And you have to vomit a certain amount until they let you get back with everyone else, so you’re like cheering on everyone as they throw up,” continued Fox. 

She thereafter said it was a good bonding experience but it was through an “eternity” of hell.

“Just knowing it’s eternity is torture in itself, because there’s no beginning, middle or end. So you have a real ego death. So it’s your own version of hell, and I was definitely there,” she added. 

She went on to say that the experience was deeper than talk therapy or hypnotherapy because it goes straight into your soul and takes you into the psychological prison that you hold yourself in.


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