Robert Pattinson Did NOT Comment On Kristen Stewart’s Rolling Stones Video, Despite Report
Robert Pattinson did NOT comment on what he thought about Kristen Stewart’s Rolling Stones video “Ride ‘Em On Down,” despite a new made-up report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabrication. We’re told it’s all not true.
HollywoodLife, a site that has been caught on several occasions manufacturing fake stories about Stewart and Pattinson, claims it found out what the actor “thought” of her performance in the music video. Most of the webloid’s seemingly concocted quotes are innocuous, such as “Rob saw the video and loved the fact that Kristen is in it,” and “He’s super impressed that she got to star in a Rolling Stones video.” Of course, it’s been known for a long time that Stewart was in the “Ride ‘Em On Down” video, so being “super impressed” now wouldn’t exactly be a new “thought.” The outlet fills out the rest of its questionable article with more non-insightful “quotes” including, “He’s knows she must have been super psyched to work on this,” and “She’s doing her thing, and he’s proud of her.”
But the truth is the outlet really has no idea what Pattinson “thought” of the video. And the reason why is because no one from his world speaks to places like HollywoodLies, as its known. Remember, this is the same repeatedly discredited site that Gossip Cop nailed for making up one provably false story after another contending Pattinson was dating Riley Keough. And it’s the same unreliable webloid that has been exposed for numerous fabricated articles about the actress, including that Stewart reunited with Rupert Sanders. Still, Gossip Cop checked in with a few impeccable sources, who voiced in various ways that not only have both parties moved one, but also HollywoodLife’s claims about what Pattinson “thought” of Stewart in the Rolling Stones “Ride ‘Em On Down” video is simply not true.