Miley Cyrus Setting “Baby Trap” To Keep Liam Hemsworth?
Miley Cyrus is not setting a “baby trap” for Liam Hemsworth, in an effort to make sure he stays with her, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the story. We’re told there’s “no truth” to it at all.
According to Star, Cyrus “has a plan to keep her man from calling it quits; she wants to have his baby.” A so-called “insider” tells the tabloid, “I heard her say, ‘Liam needs to cut out the little boy s**t! We’re getting married b***h, and he’s gonna be my baby daddy.” The same alleged “insider” adds, “I wouldn’t put it past her to secretly get pregnant as a way to keep Liam tied to her.”
After a few paragraphs about how the singer is supposedly obsessed with Hemsworth, but so “overbearing” she may ultimately repel him, the magazine returns in its very last paragraph to again quote its “insider” saying, “It wouldn’t surprise any of her friends if she deliberately got knocked up.” The same source continues, “Miley knows Liam is not the kind of man who would ever abandon her and their child.”
Naturally, the tabloid does not say where or when the alleged “insider” heard Cyrus say she was going to make Hemsworth her “baby daddy.” Gossip Cop suspects that’s because the magazine’s source is, at best, untrustworthy or possibly nonexistent. The publication does not have a good track record when it comes to stories about Cyrus. Gossip Cop previously busted the outlet when one of its Cyrus insiders claimed the singer and Vogue editor Anna Wintour were planning to launch an “upscale fashion line” together. We also caught Star in a lie when it made up a story about how “Saturday Night Live” executive producer Lorne Michaels had to “stage an intervention” around the time she hosted the show in October.
None of those claims were true, nor is the latest one about Cyrus trying to trap Hemsworth by getting pregnant. Gossip Cop is told the couple is happy together, and they are “on the same page.” While our impeccable source would not reveal Cyrus’ marriage or baby plans, citing “that’s private,” we were assured the tabloid’s “baby trap” story has “no truth” to it.