Blake Shelton Goes Off in Twitter Rant: 'The Stuff I Read About Myself Blows My Mind'

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Yes, Blake Shelton reads all those rumors about his personal life, and no, he doesn't want anything to do with them.

The 39-year-old took to his Twitter account on Wednesday in an attempt to shut down a series of recent reports about how he's moving on after ending his four-year marriage to Miranda Lambert.

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"The stuff I read about myself blows my mind. Shouldn't I get to do all these things since I'm already accused of them?" he pondered. "I literally just got back from FAR northern Quebec chasing caribou and now read about all the crazy stuff I've been doing lately?!! #WTF"

Shelton concluded his rant with a bit of a challenge for the media.

"Just watch and see how these tweets I just sent get spun," he wrote. "Son of a bitch!!!! This calls for a drink."

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Well, since you mentioned it...

Shelton could be referring to People magazine's latest cover story, with a tagline blaring: Life After Miranda -- Partying with his pals, a new 'divorce diet' and more details on how he's moving on.

"Clearly he was upset during the breakup, but he's not someone to sit around and lick his wounds," a source told the mag. "He's about moving forward and not looking in the rearview mirror."

Meanwhile, a Wednesday headline from Us Weekly declared that Shelton and his The Voice co-star Gwen Stefani are Flirting With Each Other on The Voice for Real.

"They’re a real thing," Us quotes a source as saying, adding that Stefani has influenced the Oklahoma native to begin changing his personal style.

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As for what Shelton has actually said...

The "Sangria" singer spoke up on CMT's Hot 20 Countdown on Saturday, confessing, "I'm in a good place. I wasn't, but I am now."

"It's amazing how quickly life can turn around for you," he added. "I've had some pretty cool things in recent times that have happened and I'm loving it."

Shelton also cracked a joke about the constant speculation surrounding his personal life.

"I have to pick up a magazine every now and then to see what's going on with my alter ego, I guess."