According to an insider report, Blake Shelton has heard his ex Miranda Lambert’s new song, ‘Got My Name Changed Back,’ and apparently, he was not at all upset about the lyrics. The woman decided to celebrate their divorce by dropping the single with Pistol Annies and supposedly, Blake is not offended – not even when she sings about breaking his heart!
Even though fans were quick to see how the song is pretty much a divorce anthem, one source tells HollywoodLife that the country crooner would not consider it to be shade.
‘Blake has listened to ‘Got My Name Changed Back’ and he actually likes it, he thinks it’s really catchy and a good old-fashioned country tune,’ the source says.
Apparently, Shelton believes that the song is really great and not a diss track even though Miranda sings: ‘Well I’ve got me an ex that I adored, but he got along good with a couple of road whores.’
The insider went on to say that ‘Blake does not see the song as a personal attack at all, because he knows what went down between himself and Miranda and his conscience is clear.’
Blake ‘understands that people are always going to try and read things into lyrics, but their relationship is so far in the past — at least for him, that it is laughable really.’
Even though he admitted in the past that divorcing Miranda was him hitting ‘rock bottom,’ his ‘life is with Gwen now, she is his everything, and Miranda seems like decades ago, it is ancient history and definitely a closed book.’