Madonna Moving To Italy?

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Madonna Moving Italy

By Andrew Shuster |

Madonna Moving Italy

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Is Madonna really considering moving to Italy? That’s the claim in one of this week’s new tabloids. Gossip Cop, however, fact-checked the story and it’s wrong.

According to Life & Style, the singer’s 17-year-old son Rocco Ritchie was recently accepted into a soccer school in Italy, and now Madonna wants to move to the European country to be close to him. The singer spends most of her time living in New York City, but a supposed “source” tells the magazine, “Madonna is a protective mama bear. As soon as she found out about his acceptance, she started looking for real estate in Rome.”

The outlet’s dubious insider goes on to claim Rocco is upset about his mom’s supposed plans to cramp his style. “The last thing he wants is his famous mom, who’s a magnet for making headlines, in Italy when he’s trying to fit in like any regular teenager,” says the questionable source. “He’s telling her to pump the brakes on moving to Italy.”

Gossip Cop, however, can set the record straight. A source close to Madonna assures us she isn’t planning a move to Italy. We’re told the tabloid’s entire report is simply “false.” Oddly, the publication didn’t take into account Madonna’s other five children when making up this tall tale about her relocating to another continent.

Actually, Gossip Cop has repeatedly debunked fake news about the iconic singer from that outlet, so the current phony article comes as no surprise. Last year, Life & Style published a bogus story about Madonna and ex-husband Sean Penn having “split” up. The problem with the report was that the ex-spouses never got back together in the first place, so there was no such breakup. Much like that tale, the new one about Madonna saying arrivederci to the U.S. and moving to Italy is wrong, and time again will prove Gossip Cop right.

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