Blake Shelton says lies written by tabloids are not even ‘good’, slams latest reports
5 February 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Blake Shelton has taken to Twitter to talk about the lies being written about him and “The Voice” coach noted that the made-up reports are not even good ones.
Shelton has not publicly dropped the names of the news outlets he saw writing stories about him but he expressed his frustration in a series of tweets on Thursday. He first wrote: “I've read more complete bullcrap about my personal life, my next album and my job on the voice this week than ever before… EVER Before!”
The 39-year-old followed it up saying that if his life is as bad as what the tabloids are writing about him, he would be dead right now. He also said that he hoped reporters will move on from talking about him as it has gotten so old now.
A tweet of another Twitter user was responded to by Shelton as the fan said that the country singer looked unhappy when he was spotted with his girlfriend Gwen Stefani making the rumor mill start saying that they are on the rocks. Shelton answered the tweet with this statement: “I looked unhappy because there is always a herd of complete dipsh * ts chasing us around taking pictures…”
Despite his Twitter rant, Shelton and Stefani continue to prove that they are not having any problems in their relationship. They both still post things on social media proving that they are still very much together. Some of the posts contain PDA-heavy photos and sweet tweets to each other.
Just recently, they have been complimenting each other on Twitter specifically their music. Shelton won an award in one of the red carpet events last month and Stefani was quick to praise her man. In turn, Shelton said that the new single of Stefani will be great.