Miranda Lambert is allegedly taking aim at ex-husband Blake Shelton and his girlfriend of more than a year, Gwen Stefani, in at least one pretty scathing new track on her new album.
According to reports, Gwen believes that Lambert was inspired by her breakup with Blake to write her new release, The Weight of These Wings, and is supposedly “obsessing” over Miranda’s alleged multiple musical disses on her first album since she and Blake divorced in July 2015.
Lambert is thought to have been inspired by her divorce on a number of tracks on her new album, though In Touch Weekly is claiming that Miranda specifically slammed Gwen and Blake on the track “To Learn Her” and alleged that Stefani is ready to listen to Lambert’s latest release to learn the truth about her and Blake’s breakup.
“[Gwen] hasn’t listened to it yet because Blake is currently living at her house in Beverly Hills while he’s taping The Voice in LA,” an insider claimed of why Gwen is allegedly “obsessing” overhearing Miranda’s heartfelt and candid diss lyrics on The Weight of These Wings, adding that Stefani and Shelton supposedly have “a rule that Miranda’s music isn’t played — ever.”
In Touch Weekly’s insider then went on to claim that while Gwen has yet to hear Miranda’s new album, it’s allegedly “obvious” that Lambert was taking aim at Shelton and Stefani on the track “To Learn Her,” which, according to AZLyrics.com, features some pretty scathing lyrics about love and loss.
“She’ll be happy, you’ll be sorry/Well, that’s just how it works,” Lambert sings on the diss track thought to “obviously” be about her and Blake’s split. “To love her is to learn her/Some things you just can’t learn.”
According to reports, Miranda Lambert has allegedly refused all interviews when it comes to promoting The Weight of These Wings, reportedly telling her PR team that she wants her music to do all the talking after allegedly accusing Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani of flaunting their romance for sales when it came to promoting their 2016 releases, If I’m Honest and This Is What The Truth Feels Like.
Fox News is claiming that Lambert turned down in-depth interviews with both Rolling Stone and The New York Times and will only be doing performances to support her sixth studio album, which Taste of Country reported debuted atop Billboard’s Country Album charts earlier this week.
“She’s trying to go Beyoncé and let the music do the talking,” a source told Fox News of why Lambert is turning down interviews, alleging that Miranda then slammed Shelton and Stefani to her inner circle by telling them, “Gwen’s and Blake’s albums didn’t sell, and all they did was do press.”
Lambert has yet to officially confirm that her latest release was inspired by her and Shelton’s surprising 2015 breakup, though fans have flocked to social media to speculate that Miranda is in fact singing about Blake, and potentially his new romance with Gwen, on numerous tracks featured on The Weight of These Wings.
“I’m pissed that Blake broke Miranda’s heart but d**n if she didn’t make some flawless music out of it #TheWeightOfTheseWings,” Twitter user @BeccaW127 tweeted out of Lambert’s new album amid reports Miranda is singing about Shelton and Stefani, while @bailey_melvin wrote, “Miranda’s ‘Divorce Album’ is just as amazing as I knew it would be. Thanks Blake!”
Other social media users even went as far as to speculate if Shelton has actually listened to Miranda’s blasts in her new music, dubbed by some as her “divorce album,” with or without Gwen.
“I wonder if Blake hid by himself to listen to Miranda’s new album? Because how could he resist?” @Brooke_Ann6 asked, and @tianajades wrote, “Gosh dang Miranda’s new double album is just superb and I hope Blake has listened to it as much as I have.”
What do you think of Miranda Lambert allegedly putting Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani on blast on The Weight of These Wings?
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