Megan Fox has faced several controversies these past few weeks. But, among all, the allegations involving Michael Bay and Jimmy Kimmel have become the most apparent.
Upon learning about it all, many netizens across the globe have continued to call out the director and the celebrity host for their “disgusting” actions in the past. As stated, Hollywood “ruined” the Jennifer’s Body actress.
It seemingly all started when Megan Fox’s 2009 interview with Jimmy Kimmel resurfaced. She primarily discussed the first time she worked with Michael Bay in 2003, according to Metro.
She then shared that she wore a “stars and stripes bikini” and a pair of six-inch heels for a club scene on Bad Boyz II. Upon learning that she was only 15 years old, they reportedly advised Michael Bay that she should not sit and drink in a bar for the scene. In the end, however, the director chose to have her “dance under the waterfall.”
This is a “microcosm” of how his mind works, Megan said. Jimmy Kimmel then responded that this is “how all our minds work.”
Aside from the shocking revelations, reports went on to note that the director allegedly had Megan Fox cleaned his Ferrari while wearing a bikini in his home. As claimed, this is how she landed the film role that made her the “hottest girl on the planet.”
The supposed audition also reportedly had her filmed as she cleans the director’s car. But, when asked about the footage, no one reportedly knows where it is now.
Other allegations also include how Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg “fired” Megan Fox for the third installment of the Transformers film. However, when the actress reportedly spoke out about these, media and Hollywood allegedly deemed her “ungrateful,” according to EnStars.
Fans and other netizens called out Michael Bay and Jimmy Kimmel for their “disgusting” behavior. Several individuals also said that the media and Hollywood should “apologize” to Megan Fox for ruining her.
But, as the discussion about the matter continued to grow, the actress spoke out and spilled her truth, according to Us Weekly. As reported, several of the allegations did not really happen.
Megan also said that there is a need for her to “clarify” the details of the allegations. She then referred to these details as those that have become “lost in the retelling.” This has “cast a sinister shadow that doesn’t really, in my opinion, belong,” she added.
She also seemingly defended Michael Bay and Jimmy Kimmel. As stated, there are more others who needed the “cancellation” rather than the two personalities. “There are many names that deserve to be going viral in cancel culture right now, but they are safely stored in the fragmented recesses of my heart,” Meghan Fox explained.
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