Gwen Stefani NOT In “Miscarriage Hell,” Despite Disgusting Report
Gwen Stefani is NOT in “miscarriage hell,” despite a disgusting report from one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can expose this shamefulness.
In this week’s issue, the National Enquirer writes, “A pained-looking Gwen Stefani is triggering heartbreaking miscarriage fears after she was snapped clutching her belly.” The supermarket tabloid obtained a photo of the singer allegedly taken outside Cedars-Sinai Medical Center “after a published report said she and then-boyfriend Blake Shelton were keeping a pregnancy secret.” It was sister publication OK! that recently falsely said Stefani was pregnant with twins, just before last week’s National Enquirer wrongly claimed Shelton dumped her.
Now a so-called “eyewitness” is quoted as saying, “Gwen was very nervous. She was covering her lower stomach.” A supposed “friend” further tells the outlet, “Our worst fear is that she suffered a miscarriage. Now she may have lost more than Blake — their baby too.”
Gossip Cop must point out a few things. First, no “friend” of Stefani would talk to a gossip rag about her possibly having a miscarriage. They wouldn’t talk about her to the tabloids, period.
Second, the photo the National Enquirer uses to support its “miscarriage” claims is the same exact picture OK! used to allege Stefani was pregnant with twins. So while one outlet called it proof of a pregnancy, another from the same publisher says it’s evidence of a miscarriage.
Lastly, all this should sound familiar. Star, which is also a sister publication to the two magazines, did a whole cover story this week on the “miscarriage” angle. Gossip Cop pointed out the reprehensible issue within hours of it hitting newsstands. Unbelievably, or maybe actually quite believably, the National Enquirer chose to sink just as low.
Miscarriages are something women heartbreakingly have to deal with all the time. They are one of the worst tragedies to endure. Both outlets should be ashamed for manufacturing one.