Good gracious! Miranda Lambert’s ex Jeff Allen is blaming Blake Shelton for being a con artist as well after the down home music vocalist impacted his ex! Look at it!
Hang tight, everybody! This relationship exciting ride has another enormous drop! Blake Shelton, 41, posted an enigmatic tweet on Wednesday, April 25, when word got out that his ex Miranda Lambert, 34, is dating an in fact wedded man! Presently Miranda’s ex Jeff Allen is desiring Blake, guaranteeing he stole the songstress far from him — and bamboozled all the while! “You know, I’ve generally assumed the best about you and credited it to simply being human, But you should be one egotistical SOB to fly off something like this, when I know damn great and well you were undermining your significant other and Miranda was undermining me when both of you began up,” he composed at The Voice judge! Yowser!
As fans know, Blake was hitched to Kaynette Williams from 2003 to 2006. He wedded Miranda in 2011. On April 24, it was uncovered that Miranda is dating kindred vocalist Evan Felker of the gathering Turnpike Troubadours. What’s more, as per Us Weekly, Evan left his significant other Staci Felker to be with Miranda. “Been taking the more ethical route for quite a while.. I nearly surrendered,” Blake composed, apparently referencing his ex Miranda’s relationship turmoil. “Be that as it may, I can at last observe something coming soon up there!
Indeed, even Staci, Evan’s prospective ex, has said something regarding the dramatization this week — and got somewhat shady! A video surfaced online of Staci and a companion getting a charge out of tuning in to Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats” as they relax outside a bar in Oklahoma City. “Possibly next time he’ll think before he tricks,” the companion energetically sings, to which Staci includes, “I trust he does!” This stunning minute comes only one day after Staci let supporters know exactly how rough this week has been. “PSA: If Staci Felker can endure this week, so can you,” she subtitled a solemn photograph of herself. Something discloses to us the dramatization encompassing Miranda and her new man isn’t finished yet.