Blake Shelton is reportedly feeling bad for Miranda Lambert's new boyfriend because "she’s never been faithful"
According to a source, Miranda has cheated on every guy she has ever been with, and Blake knows Evan will be no different
Evan Felker and Miranda Lamber's relationship has been in news for all the wrong reasons but it seems like Miranda's ex Blake Shelton feels pity for Evan following the negativity that has been surrounding the couple ever since the news about them dating came to light.
A source close to the singer told Hollywood Life that “Blake feels bad for Miranda’s new guy Evan." Blake and Miranda, who had been married for four years, announced their separation in 2015. “Blake knows better than anyone that she’s never been faithful and Miranda has an impossible time staying with anyone for very long," the source added. While Blake has often spoken about how the split had emotionally affected him, the source claims that the singer is ready to let the past go.
“Blake is finally over all the pain Miranda put him through and would love to warn Evan about her but there’s no way he will get involved beyond tweeting a few subtle disses,” the source said. However, Blake does have some strong views about Evan as he chooses to be with Miranda.
“Blake feels Evan is silly if he thinks he and Miranda are going to last long or that she can be faithful. She has cheated on every guy she has ever been with, and Blake knows this new guy will be no different," the source continued. Miranda and Evan's relationship started receiving a lot of negativity after various reports claimed that Evan's relationship with the singer was the reason for his divorce with Staci Nelson.
This comes after Blake recently tweeted about Karma and people thought that the country singer was throwing shade at his ex. "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!!” the tweet read. However, he recently came forward and admitted that the tweet was not directed towards Miranda.
Talking to Entertainment Tonight, Blake said, "If it was meant for people to know exactly what it meant, it wouldn’t have been so cryptic. But I can tell you it’s been, actually, very entertaining to watch the world run with it and assume what they think it’s about.”