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Megan Fox Removing Bipolar Marilyn Tattoo

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Hollywood actress Megan Fox is in the process of removing her Marilyn Monroe tattoo from her right forearm.

OK, so we have known this for a while, but now we know why. Megan Fox is apparently concerned about “bad energy” that the tattoo may cause in her life.

It has been obvious that Fox is having the monochrome line drawing tattoo of Marilyn Monroe’s head removed from her right forearm. Several photos in the past few weeks have shown the image of Marilyn’s face apparently fading from Megan’s skin.

But now the former Transformers actress explained,

“I’m removing it. It is a negative character, as she suffered from personality disorders and was bipolar. I do not want to attract this kind of negative energy in my life.”

Ummm – no offense, Megan. But Marilyn Monroe is famously known for apparently committing suicide in bed while she was naked. Leave aside for a second the wacky idea of a tattoo transferring a dead star’s negative energy into your body. How much more confirmation do you want of negativity? Did you not know this before you had the ink?

But thinking about it, there has been some back karma for Megan lately. She was fired from the Transformers 3 movie by producer Steven Spielberg after allegedly making Hitler jibes against the director.

Removal of the Marilyn Monroe tattoo from Megan’s forearm still leaved her with a lot of tattoos, including the words, “We will all laugh at gilded butterflies” on her shoulder blade, “There once was a little girl who never knew love until a boy broke her heart” on her ribcage, a star on her ankle, and a tribal design on her wrist. Phew! Those would take a while to remove!

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