Blake Shelton did not dump Gwen Stefani on Mother's Day, despite a ridiculous tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the bogus story. It's provably untrue.
According to Life & Style, the No Doubt singer believed her boyfriend of nearly four years was going to propose on Mother's Day earlier this month, but he walked out on her instead. "The surprise Gwen got was shocking," a supposed source tells the magazine. "Blake explained that they had a great romance going, but that all the pressure to marry her was just too much for him."
The alleged insider further contends that Shelton ended their relationship "over the phone," adding, "Gwen was humiliated and angry... Mother's Day turned out to be the worst day of her life." The questionable tipster continues, "She saw her mom and her kids but ended up spending most of the day alone, crying, trying to figure out what went wrong."
The seemingly phony source goes on to say that Stefani suspects there's "another woman" involved as "it's the only real reason Gwen can come up with." The so-called "insider" adds, "There were no signs that he was unhappy, so she's racking her brain, looking for any and all clues." The alleged source concludes that Shelton has "moved his things out of her LA home" and now the pop star has "lost all faith in finding a good man."
The tabloid's phony story seems to have been written simply because Stefani went to Church with two of her sons on Mother's Day and wasn't accompanied by her boyfriend. The reason Shelton didn't join them isn't because he "dumped" her. This past weekend, Stefani and Shelton were spotted packing on the PDA at a theme park in California. The happy couple was photographed holding hands while enjoying the attractions. There were also seen laughing while riding a log flume with the singer's sons. Simply put, the music stars are still very much together.
Despite the magazine's report being provably false, Gossip Cop still checked in with a rep for Stefani, who confirms that the singer and her boyfriend haven't split. It's worth noting, Life & Style has trouble keeping track of its bogus narratives. Just last month, Gossip Cop busted the magazine for falsely claiming Stefani announced she was pregnant in the middle of her "secret" wedding to Shelton. That phony storyline isn't mentioned in this latest article.
Back in December, Gossip Cop called out the magazine for wrongly reporting that Stefani and Shelton were expecting twin girls. Of course, that never happened and the unreliable outlet hasn't mentioned it since. Not only are the tabloids articles about the couple fabricated, they're also wildly inconsistent. This latest one involving a Mother's Day breakup is more fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.