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Machine Gun Kelly recounts harrowing suicide attempt while on the phone with Megan Fox in Hulu doc

Machine Gun Kelly, 32, revealed he once attempted suicide while on the phone with Megan Fox, 36, in his new Hulu documentary Life in Pink.

The rapper recalled struggling with depression after his father’s death and admitted that he was “really, really, really dark” one day in July 2020.

“I didn’t want to leave my room and it started to get very, very, very dark. Megan went to Bulgaria to shoot a movie and I started to have a really wild paranoia. I kept getting paranoid that someone was going to kill me,” he said in a clip.

His dark days: Machine Gun Kelly, 32, revealed he once attempted suicide while on the phone with Megan Fox, 35, in his new Hulu documentary Life in Pink

His dark days: Machine Gun Kelly, 32, revealed he once attempted suicide while on the phone with Megan Fox, 35, in his new Hulu documentary Life in Pink

Kelly, whose real name is Colson Baker, described the harrowing night by saying he “just f**king snapped.”

At the time, he called his now fiancée, who was filming a movie on location.

“I called Megan. I was like, ‘You’re not here for me.’ I’m in my room and I love her,” he said.

Candid: The rapper recalled struggling with depression after his father's death and admitted he was in a 'really, really, really dark' one day in July 2020

Candid: The rapper recalled struggling with depression after his father’s death and admitted he was in a ‘really, really, really dark’ one day in July 2020

“Dude, I put the gun in my mouth. And I’m yelling on the phone and like the barrel is in my mouth,” MGK continued. “And I’m going to cock the gun and the bullet, when it comes back up the grenade just gets stuck. Megan is dead silent.’

MGK went on to explain that his darkest moment — along with the support of Megan and his 12-year-old daughter, Cassie — helped him realize that he needed to get back together.

“I was like, I really need to get off the drugs this time,” he told the producers.

Life in Pink pulls back the curtain on MGK’s rise to become one of the polarizing rock stars of this generation.

“I didn't want to leave my room and it started to get very, very, very dark.  Megan went to Bulgaria to shoot a movie and I started to have a really wild paranoia.  I kept getting paranoid that someone was going to kill me,

“I didn’t want to leave my room and it started to get very, very, very dark. Megan went to Bulgaria to shoot a movie and I started to have a really wild paranoia. I kept getting paranoid that someone was going to kill me,” he said in a clip.

Fans get a first-hand look at the Emo Girl hitmaker’s upbringing, relationship with his father, life with Megan Fox and a near-death experience with his daughter.

‘Life wasn’t always like this. I just don’t think anyone saw me coming,” he recalled in the document.

His suicide attempt was not the only disturbing story told in the film. At one point, in the footage, Kelly discussed the scary moment when he and his daughter had a “gun” drawn on them.

“Dude, I put the gun in my mouth.  And I'm yelling on the phone and like the barrel is in my mouth,

“Dude, I put the gun in my mouth. And I’m yelling on the phone and like the barrel is in my mouth,” MGK continued. “And I’m going to cock the shotgun and the bullet, when it comes back up the grenade just gets stuck. Megan is dead silent.’

He remembered thinking, ‘I thought, are we going to do this with my daughter in the car?’

Colson Baker had a difficult relationship with his father, who kicked him out of the house at a young age. His father died in 2020.

“I feel like the world hates me. But I never gave up,” he said in a trailer for the doc. “Ninety percent of my fans listen to me because of the pain they indicate in my lyrics.”

Life in Pink is currently streaming on Hulu.

If you or a person you know has suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

If you or a person you know has suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

If you or a person you know has suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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