A site that has repeatedly claimed Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble have "split," now has a report that notes they were "all smiles" while recently in Monaco. In fact, the same outlet reported just months ago that the powerful momager had "cooled off" with Gamble and was "heating up" with a Nigerian billionaire. But that was all lies, and the blog never acknowledged how its previous articles were wholly untrue.
RadarOnline, which has been wrong in the past about the couple, makes a glaringly error in the second sentence of its latest article about Gamble and Jenner, who it first notes "turned on the style in Monaco. The ill-informed outlet writes, "The glamorous couple was in great spirits as they boarded a yacht in the French principality" (see below). Frankly, this goes to the core of that site's reporting. Monaco is a sovereign country, not a French principality.
Equally confounding is that the site published seven photos of Jenner and Gamble standing by a yacht in the independent microstate and never once referenced that six of the pictures also featured Tommy Hilfiger and his wife Dee. It's almost as if the blog is so clueless it had no idea Jenner and Gamble were in town with the Hilfigers for the Monaco Grand Prix (photo above). Instead, the outlet captioned its photos with unrelated falsehoods about Jenner.
In one caption, as the momager stood between Hilfiger and his wife, the site wrote how Jenner supposedly asked "Kourtney Kardashian to take over her empire." But as Gossip Cop previously reported, Jenner has not begged her "favorite" Kardashian daughter to run the family business. And in the final photo, which is just of Jenner with Dee Hilfiger, the outlet hints that there were "rumors" that the reality show matriarch had split with Gamble, linking to a story in which the blog maintained Jenner was "kicking [her boyfriend] to the curb for Nigerian billionaire Christopher Cunningham." But, as we noted months ago, the claim about Jenner dating the Nigerian billionaire was also fake news.
Curiously, RadarOnline never acknowledges in its latest article that it was wrong about Jenner and Gamble a number of times. In fact, Gossip Cop busted the untrustworthy site when it falsely contended in March 2017 that Jenner and Gamble had split. Obviously, 14 months later it's clear we were once again right, while the often discredited blog was simply serving up fiction. It's galling that the outlet publishes fabrications and then simply posts another poorly reported article, all while pretending it never made untrue claims about Jenner in the past.
Conclusion: We are giving the article a 2 for knowing the photos they bought were of Jenner in Monaco. However, the blog had no idea it's a sovereign country, not a French principality. Additionally, the site was clueless about her and Gamble being with the Hilfigers, and also repeated a number of falsehoods about Jenner in its photo captions.
Gossip Cop believes there to be elements of truth, but the story is ultimately misleading.