Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale split up several months ago after he was caught cheating on her with the family's nanny. Now, as she shares custody of her sons with Rossdale, Gwen Stefani calls the system that mandates it "unjust."
“It’s like, the most unjust, unbelievable system,” the "Used to Love You" singer says in a recent interview with the New York Times.
— E! Online (@eonline) March 11, 2016
Two good things have come from the time Gwen Stefani has to herself while Gavin Rossdale has sons Kingston, Zuma, and Apollo with him. One--her new boyfriend Blake Shelton--was a fellow coach on The Voice.
"[He] had been going through literally the exact same thing in literally the exact same time frame," Stefani tells the New York Times.
— JustJared.com (@JustJared) March 11, 2016
Blake Shelton announced his divorce from wife Miranda Lambert in July.
The other thing Gwen Stefani has done with extra time on her hands is work on her music. Two singles from her upcoming album have soared on the music charts. The most recent, "Make Me Like You," is admittedly about Blake Shelton.
Gwen Stefani's new album, "This Is What the Truth Feels Like," will comes out on Friday, March 18.
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— Interscope Records (@Interscope) February 13, 2016
What do you think of the system that, despite a father cheating on a mother with the nanny, allows him half custody of their children? Do you agree with Gwen Stefani that there is something very unjust about that?