Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton do not "fight" about him wanting to spend time away from her. It's simply a fake news story that was made up by HollywoodLife, a site that has been repeatedly caught fabricating stories about the couple. Gossip Cop is assured by people in both their camps that it's a complete lie.
HollywoodLies, as it is known, has published yet another provably untrue article. According to often debunked site, Shelton and Stefani "keep having one fight that leaves her 'bent out of shape.'" The untrustworthy site reiterates that the two are "constantly running into the same problem over and over again." So what's their "recurring fight" supposedly about?
An unnamed and seemingly manufactured "source" is quoted as saying Shelton and Stefani fight about "the amount of time they spend with each other." The same quite possibly concocted "source" contends, "Blake loves to have some time to himself... but [Stefani] wants to be around him all the time." And whenever he tells her he needs "Blake time," Stefani gets "bent out of shape," alleges the phony insider.
Gossip Cop would seriously like to know who the webloid's so-called "source" is. Is it the same person who fed HollywoodLife it's untrue Stefani and Shelton split stories? We know the site doesn't fact-check its articles. Had the outlet looked into the reports that the couple had broken up, as it alleged they had, it would have quickly learned the claims were unfounded. Instead, the unreliable blog ran two pieces falsely alleging Stefani dumped Shelton.
Of course, the real reason HollywoodLies apparently shies away from fact-checking is because they seemingly make up articles, and if they were to seek comments for their manufactured stories, actual insiders and sources would tell them to stop publishing lies. Notwithstanding the webloid's well-established reputation for fabricating, Gossip Cop still investigated this latest tale about Shelton and Stefani having a "recurring fight" over the country singer wanting more time away from his girlfriend. Stefani's rep exclusively tells Gossip Cop it's an unmitigated lie, and Shelton's spokesman also confirms to us it's "all made up."
Once again, if you prefer to read accurate entertainment stories, Gossip Cop is the place for you. But if you like fiction or don't mind being duped by fake news, HollywoodLife appears to have an endless supply for you.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.