Megan Fox says she “went to hell” during a drug experience with Machine Gun Kelly

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Actress Megan Fox recently shared how she psychologically “went to hell for eternity” during a planned drug experience in Costa Rica with her romantic partner, musician Machine Gun Kelly.

Megan Fox says she “went to hell” during a drug experience with Machine Gun Kelly

The Midnight in the Switchgrass star discussed the matter with guest host Arsenio Hall during a Monday night (July 12) appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

In the middle of the interview, Fox shared how much he stumbled upon ayahuasca, a South American psychoactive beverage, along with rocker Tickets to My Downfall.

“We went to Costa Rica to do ayahuasca in a proper setting with indigenous people,” Fox explains about the trip, “and we were in the middle of the jungle.”

Before taking ayahuasca, however, Fox and Kelly, the rapper-turned-rocker whose real name is Colson Baker, participated in a ritual ceremony that forces its participants to vomit.

“We were with 20 other strangers and they all line up on the edge of the jungle on this weird fence and drink lemongrass tea until, not of their own volition, they throw up everything in their bodies.”

In the end, both Fox and her boyfriend got drunk on the psychedelic ayahuasca and, judging by the actress’s summary of the events that followed, the drug trip was unlike anything she had ever experienced before.

“We did the ayahuasca for three nights, it was incredibly intense. Everyone’s trip is different; the second night, I went to hell for eternity. And just knowing that eternity is torture in itself, because there was no beginning, no middle, no end, so you had a real ego death, it’s your own psychological hell, basically,” Fox continued.

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