Who cheated Miranda Lambert or Blake Shelton? According to her ex Jeff Allen — they are both guilty. The scorned lover of Miranda took to Twitter to call out Blake after he seemingly shaded his ex-wife who is currently dating a married man.
“You know, I’ve always given you the benefit of the doubt and chalked it up to just being human, but you must be one arrogant SOB to pop off something like this, when I know damn good and well you were cheating on your wife and Miranda was cheating on me when you two started up,” he wrote. Jeff has since deleted the tweet but explained the reasoning for speaking out. “I kept my mouth shut for 13 years. Sorry, his karma tweet rubbed me wrong. All of this is pointless,” he added.
Previously, Blake claimed it was “karma” that Miranda was making headlines for dating country singer Evan Felker, who just recently filed for divorce. “Been taking the high road for a long time.. I almost gave up. But I can finally see something on the horizon up there!! Wait!! Could it be?! Yep!! It’s karma,” Blake wrote at the time. Evan’s wife also got into the action, shading Miranda as well on her Instagram page.
“PSA: If Staci Felker can make it through this week, so can you,” she captioned a teary selfie, seemingly hinting the cheating allegations are true. In Touch confirmed Miranda is dating the Turnpike Troubadours singer but her friend is adamant the blonde beauty was not responsible for the end of Evan’s marriage. “They’re figuring it out,” the friend explained. “It’s in the early stages; they’re still getting to know each other.”
Fans will remember way back in 2015 it was reported that Miranda’s cheating was the reason for her split from Blake after four years of marriage. Before that, it was rumored that Blake and Miranda started dating before Blake filed for divorce from his first wife Kaynette Williams. At the time, Miranda was also dating Jeff — who shared his side of the story once and for all.
Hopefully, Gwen Stefani is not on Twitter.
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