The couple is under fire for not only their costumes but what they posted online.
Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox channeled their inner Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee this Halloween.
The couple took to their Instagram accounts to share their looks for the Oct. holiday, where they recreated the former couple's outfits from the 1995 grand opening party for the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Fox looked radiant in a two-tone pink and red latex mini-dress with a sweetheart neckline. MGK recreated the Mötley Crüe drummer's look with a white tank, black leather pants, a sleeve of tattoos, and Lee's famous black eyeliner and black hair.
"But are these even costumes," Fox captioned her carousel of photos.
Although the two pulled off the look very well, their posts stirred up a bit of controversy online.
While Fox's post showed off the photos they recreated from Anderson and Lee, MGK had another idea for his post, and fans were not happy with it.
The third video in the carousel shared by MGK showcased the singer doing a line of cocaine off Fox's chest. While it is likely fake, fans were extremely unhappy with his choice to post this, as he has young fans who may follow him on social media.
Many fans took to the comments of MGK's post to express their concerns.
One fan wrote, "Not cool with the snorting and having teens idol you."
Another fan commented, "Not sure about the "promoting hard drugs" part... It is stupid as hell... Why the f**k would you do this ?"
One fan also wrote, "Him thinking it’s ok to post a video doing a f***ing line is crossing a fucking line after every artist we’ve had overdose in the past few years."
Fans also took to their Twitter accounts to express their concern, with one fan writing, "MGK is wild for recording himself doing a line of coke off Megan Fox’s boob and putting it on his instagram story lol."
Another addressed the former celebrity couple's tumultuous and sometimes violent relationship, tweeting, "tommy lee was handcuffed and sent to jail for six months for felony spousal abuse but apparently that’s trendy now, huh," alongside a snap of MGK and Fox, and singer Jesy Nelson and photographer Noah Sapon recreating the look.
Someone else called the costume a "red flag."
While MGK or Fox have yet to address the controversy of what looked to be illicit substances in his Instagram Story, MGK has stated in the past that he is steering clear of drugs.
"As I grow, that same person who I was when I was 25 isn't who I am now," he said in a 2020 interview with Dave Franco. "Currently, my drug of choice is happiness and commitment to the art, rather than commitment to a vice that I believed made the art. I'm taking steps."