Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani NOT Having ‘Food Fights,’ Despite Report
Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani are not having “food fights,” despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim, which states the couple is clashing over her vegan diet and his love for meat. We’re told it’s untrue.
According to the often discredited OK!, “With wildly different tastes when it comes to music and fashion, it’s no surprise that Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani have conflicting appetites at the dinner table too and… their meal choices are starting to cause some friction.” A so-called “source” tells the tabloid, “Gwen is a vegan, and though Blake will occasionally eat vegetarian, he’s the kind of guy who likes to spend the weekend grilling with his hunting buddies.” The magazine alleges that while Stefani didn’t “nag” her meat-loving man before, now she wants Shelton to “adopt her plant-based diet.”
The publication’s supposed “source” says, “She’s become much more focused on it lately, only because she wants what’s best for him.” “But he made it clear that he’ll never give up meat,” adds the outlet’s questionable informant. The truth, however, is Stefani has no beef with Shelton’s eating habits, nor does he have a problem with her vegetable meals. A rep for Stefani assures Gossip Cop the tabloid’s tale is untrue.
To put it bluntly, OK! may be the worst source of information about Shelton and Stefani. The sheer amount of cover stories it has published that are provably wrong is staggering. Exactly nine months ago, the ill-informed outlet had a cover story that falsely claimed Stefani was pregnant with Shelton’s baby. That was followed up by an off-base report that alleged Stefani was pregnant with twins. In February, the magazine took a different tact and inaccurately proclaimed Shelton split from Stefani before returning two months later to allege Stefani was a “pregnant bride,” with details of their “Oklahoma wedding.”
But that wasn’t all. In May, the tabloid returned with a wrong report about Stefani being pregnant with a baby girl, and a June cover story that exclaimed Shelton had married Stefani. Just a few weeks ago, the publication amended its May claim to allege Stefani was pregnant with twin girls. Interestingly, diet is such an important part of pregnancies, and yet in its latest article about the couple’s supposed “food fights,” it never mentions her twins girls. That’s because, much like the many examples above (and illustrated in the gallery below), the new tale about Shelton and Stefani arguing about meals is just a huge pile of cowpats.