Fans Are Mad That Gwen Stefani Gifted ‘Mr. Stefani’ Rhinestone Jacket to Blake Shelton
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Amid Back to the Honky Tonk tour, Gwen Stefani gave husband Blake Shelton a cute jacket embroidered with shining “Mr. Stefani” on the back. Apparently, while most fans adore such act, there were a few others who took the gesture too seriously.
Gwen Stefani Gifts Blake Shelton with Cheeky, Shimmering Jacket
Last weekend, the “Hollaback Girl” hitmaker took to Instagram to share a series of snapshots from Shelton’s ongoing music tour. Stefani specifically showed off the denim jacket that she gave her husband as he hits the road.
“Someone got a new jacket, i wonder who it could be,” Stefani wrote.
In the second photo, the country star can be seen proudly wearing the apparel, slightly turning away from the camera to parade the jacket. The remaining content of the post included a video of the backstage snack bar and a blurry pic of Shelton while performing on stage.
Fans are evidently loving Stefani’s act of support to her husband, as seen in the comments. Socialite Paris Hilton even intimated her reaction through her classic “That’s hot” line.
Currently, Shelton is keeping his country music spirit at peak with Back to the Honky Tonk tour. In an Instagram post, he reflected on this present commitment, saying that it feels “damn good to be back.” The tour kicked off last Thursday, February 16, in Lincoln, Nebraska. The same will take place until March 25 in Buffalo, New York.
She Receives Unhappy Comments After the Gesture
Unfortunately, while many saw the “Mr. Stefani” jacket as a sweet gift, there were also fans who aren’t impressed. For them, Shelton shouldn’t make it appear that it’s Stefani who “wears the pants” in the relationship.
“How to publicly emasculate your husband,” one person wrote.
Another fan commented that the jacket was “frankly disrespectful.” Meanwhile, another asked if there’s a dislike feature on Instagram.
Nonetheless, some fans also defended Stefani and Shelton. One fan particularly stressed that fans should “chill out” with their reactions.
“I truly believe people should have to pass a humor and sarcasm test before getting on social media,” one person wrote.
As of writing, Stefani’s team hasn’t responded about the “issue” yet. Generally speaking, it’s interesting to see backlash to such a post, since this type of humor is praised on other social media platforms.