Ryan Reynolds And Blake Lively “Constantly Bickering” Over Where To Live?

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Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are NOT “constantly bickering” over where to live and raise their baby daughter, despite a made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this story. We’re told it’s “a bunch of lies.”

According to Star, Lively isn’t happy with the couple’s current living situation, and Reynolds isn’t budging. A so-called “source” tells the tabloid in oddly expository and unnatural language, “They’ve been butting heads on how and where to raise baby James. Blake feels cooped up in Bedford, N.Y., and thinks it’s time they hightailed it back to Los Angeles.”

The magazine’s questionable source then goes on to claim that Reynolds doesn’t want to raise their one-year-old daughter in L.A. because he fears she’ll become a “pampered showbiz kid.” “All the constant back-and-forth bickering has created a lot of tension in their marriage,” adds the tabloid’s alleged “insider.”

Despite the fake quotes about “where to raise baby James” and feeling “cooped up in Bedford, N.Y.,” for the who don’t know where the town is, Gossip Cop still checked in with a rep for the couple. We’re exclusively assured us the tabloid’s account of events is simply “a bunch of lies.” Both Reynolds and Lively are on the same page when it comes to raising their daughter, and both are perfect happily with their living situation.

Unfortunately, the inaccuracy of the tabloid’s story isn’t particularly surprising. Gossip Cop has busted Star on numerous occasions for trying to create nonexistent marital drama between Reynolds and Lively. In addition to the outlet’s countless false breakup stories over the years, we have also debunked fake claims about the two fighting over how to remodel their home, and another tale about Lively being fed up with Reynolds’ supposed TV addiction.


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