Reading between the lines isn’t difficult when things are spelled out for you. Based on Ashton Kutcher’s latest round of tweets, he wants you to know you shouldn’t believe the ‘hype’ surrounding the alleged cheating in San Diego, a reported separation from his wife Demi Moore, and a looming divorce.
He also wants to make sure people don’t assume things about which they “know nothing of”; which, of course, we just did when we decided that Kutcher posting the song “Don’t Believe The Hype” means he doesn’t want you to believe the hype. Maybe he just really, really likes Public Enemy circa 1988. (Really, who doesn’t?)
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher Divorce Rumors Swirl
After the latest Two And A Half Men star spent a reportedly wild weekend in San Diego, the ever-smoldering Ashton and Demi divorce rumors have been stirred and provided much-needed oxygen. Check out details of Ashton’s wild weekend in SD right here to see how the flames were fanned.
If you want to check out Ashton’s tweets, which may or may not refer to anything at all whatsoever (we wouldn’t want to assume anything!), just click right here.
Ashton and Demi: Six And Fifteen
Despite a fifteen year age gap, Ashton, 33, and Demi, 48, seemed to have it all together for quite awhile. Six years, to be exact, and in Hollywood, that’s no small number. However, in the past year, Ashton cheating rumors have plagued the couple; with cheating rumors come whispers about divorce, and so on and so forth. If Ashton doesn’t want people to assume things, or believe the hype, he should possibly come to the understanding that he is in the spotlight, and release an official statement to those who may be concerned. If he doesn’t care what the public thinks, why the cryptic comments? And if you do care, then simply make your statement and move on. The media will, too.
Silence simply breeds more interest, and being coy breeds even more still. If Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher divorce rumors bother the famous couple, at least they have the perfect platform to clear things up!
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