Blake Shelton seemingly threw some major shade at his ex-wife Miranda Lambert with his 'Karma' tweet
Blake Shelton is probably not happy with the news of his ex-wife Miranda Lambert moving on with Evan Felker after her intense romance with Anderson East. And the country musician's latest tweet is being seen as a subtle shade at Lambert recently.
The Voice judge recently tweeted, “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!!”
This comes only a day after Us Weekly reported that Lambert has moved on from her split with Anderson East, and is now dating Felker. A lot of people would like to believe that Shelton's tweet is in direct reference to Lambert, as a source confirmed to Us Weekly recently.
Multiple reports suggest that Lambert and the Turnpike Troubadours singer began seeing each other earlier this year after they set out on the road together for Lambert's Livin’ Like Hippies Tour. Felker's wife, Staci Nelson, filed for a divorce in February, according to reports.
Although Lambert has not spoken publicly about her split with East, the 34-year-old subtly mentioned him in one of her acceptance speeches at the ACM awards. “Thank you guys so much for sharing my broken heart with me,” said Lambert, while accepting the award for song of the year. However, a lot of fans seem to believe that Lambert's acceptance speech was more about her ex-husband Shelton rather than East.
Shelton, who is currently in a relationship with fellow singer Gwen Stefani, had previously spoken about how his divorce, coupled with Stefani's has brought the two closer to each other. “I won’t forget that day. ‘I looked over at Gwen – who I didn’t really know – and she had these huge tears in her eyes. I thought, ‘Wow, she feels super bad for me!’”
"Who else on earth could understand going through a high-profile divorce from another musician?” he said in an interview with People Magazine. “You can’t even imagine the similarities in our divorces."