HollywoodLife Duped By Robert Pattinson And Riley Keough Romance Rumor
“Robert Pattinson Trusts Riley Keough Won’t Cheat On Him,” reads a headline from HollywoodLife, which really couldn’t get a story right, even if Gossip Cop spotted the site the “R,” “I,” “G,” “H” and even the “T.” In its latest laughable blunder, the webloid says Pattinson believes Keough “won’t cheat on him like Kristen Stewart,” pictured (right) looking sullen next to a smiling pic of Elvis Presley’s granddaughter. “One of the reasons he’s fallen for Riley is that he feels he can trust her,” adds the questionable blog.
The silly site then runs up a totally fabricated quote from a “source” that reads, “Rob is so happy that he can trust someone again because at the end of the day, Kristen’s affair forever haunted him. In the back of his mind, he knew that she could be tempted again. He knows Riley isn’t like that… [Rob] also likes that she is more lady-like… Rob is very happy with the way everything is turning out.” HollywoodLies, er, HollywoodLife then says that the “new couple” is inseparable after “hanging out together in Rob’s pickup truck on June 29.” Where do we start?
First, it was NOT Keough in Pattinson’s truck, the actress’ rep exclusively confirms to Gossip Cop. Second, no matter how mani inaccurate stories HollywoodLife publishes to dig itself deeper into a hole, as it has done many times before, it is NOT true that Keough and Pattinson are dating. Third, the webloid’s report is totally made up. Be prepared for HollywoodLife to come back in the next 24-48 hours with an “exclusive,” shamelessly stolen from Gossip Cop, that reveals Pattinson and Keough are actually NOT dating.
It should be noted, if Pattinson and Keough were dating, HollywoodLies would have bought a paparazzi picture of the two. Instead, though, as Gossip Cop stated above, the webloid slaps together a picture of her smiling in an inset over a photo of Pattinson to falsely give the impression she’s supposedly happily dating him, while a sullen looking image of Stewart is employed to convey she’s unhappy about the (nonexistent) relationship. It’s all a visual manipulation, and shouldn’t be trusted like HollywoodLife’s article.