“I think inevitably once you’re in a famous relationship,” the 37-year-old noted, “anything I do or say for the rest of my life, people will probably think it’s about him, because the relationship is so public. The same thing any song he writes is always probably going to be about me in someone’s mind. And so I think you have to just let it go because it’s about expressing the truth, and healing yourself through your art. And you can’t really worry about what other people are gonna think. I’m sure we all have days where we worry about it.”
She added with a laugh, “I’ve read some of his song lyrics and I’m like, ‘Okay are we really gonna print that? Okay.’ It is what it is though because as long as it’s the truth, then it’s the truth. And like I have to be accountable for my actions and my role inside a relationship and if somebody wants to put that into art they should.”
In fact, Megan had one particular recommendation for those from her past needing to vent.
“Anyone who dated me in my early 20s should probably write their own poetry book,” she quipped. “Because I was not a peach.”
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