The two have “really been trying to separate” since the end of 2019, Green noted, while referring to photos of Fox, 34, and Machine Gun Kelly, which appeared this weekend.
“I will always love him,” said Green, 46. “And I know she will always love me and I know that as a family [goes], what we have built is really cool and really special. “
The two “intend to” continue to have a family vacation and a family vacation and make it a goal for the kids, “he said. Fox and Green are the parents of sons Noah, 7, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 3.
“It sucks when life changes and something you’re used to – you’ve been doing for 15 years – you try not to get rid of it but you change,” added Green, becoming emotionally audible during the recording. “There’s the unknown aspect … there’s this pit in my stomach … I really don’t want Megan and I to disagree … she’s been my best friend for 15 years and I don’t want to lose this. “
Speaking to the machine gun elephant in the room, Green says that the rapper has come to negotiate with him and Megan but that “these are just friends at this point … I don’t want people to think that she or he is mean or that has been victimized in any way.
Fox and Green had been married for almost ten years after meeting in 2004. Their relationship was the proverbial roller coaster: Fox filed for divorce in 2015 but the couple reconciled the following year and she rejected their case divorce in 2019.
Fox and Green’s requests for comment were not immediately returned by Page Six.