"The Voice" coach doesn't "want any part" of your theories about what he tweets.
Blake Shelton has responded to the Twitter craze over his aggressive subtweet about finally seeing karma "on the horizon."
Last week, many followers were sure that Shelton's shade-throwing tweet was directed at ex-wife Miranda Lambert, who was reported to have homewrecked tour mate Evan Felker's marriage and her own relationship with Anderson East. The timing was perfect, but Shelton told Extra host Renee Bargh who the tweet was really meant for Monday night on "The Voice" red carpet.
"It was a personal thing that's in a small circle of my people, and that's why it was written the way it was," Shelton said. "And then people took it and make it into what they want to make it into."
Shelton really wanted to convey he's over the BS -- via another rant.
"Which, I don't want any part of that, but at the same time, I can't but help to think it's funny how these fires get lit and it takes off, and I don't have time to care. That's why I've kind of moved on."
But fellow judge Kelly Clarkson thinks Shelton indeed does want a part of the drama.
"You stir the pot every day. Why is anyone surprised, ever?" Clarkson piped in. "He always does it! He gets off on it!"
Here's the original tweet that lit the fire.
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!!— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) April 25, 2018