Blake Shelton Buys Ex Miranda Lambert's Pink Pistol Boutique, Has 'A Plan Brewing' for the Property
By Zach Seemayer
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Miranda Lambert's Pink Pistol boutique in Tishomingo, Oklahoma has closed its doors permanently after three years in operation. However, the property itself has a surprising new owner -- Blake Shelton.
"As a resident of Tishomingo I'm very sorry that the Pink Pistol has decided to move its operations out of the area," Shelton said in a statement to ET. "We all, as a community, appreciate everything it has done for our town. As for the actual properties left behind… I was offered the opportunity to buy them, and I have a plan brewing."
When asked by a fan on Twitter whether or not he had purchased the actual Pink Pistol Boutique, Shelton clarified, "No sir. PP left town. I bought the building it used to be in though!!! And yes something is brewing..."
No sir. PP left town. I bought the building it used to be in though!!! And yes something is brewing... https://t.co/zK8Iw7spgX
As one fan pointed out, it seems that the 39-year-old country crooner's repeated use of the term "brewing" could be a hint that he plans on opening a saloon or a brewery, and reminded Shelton that he's already got a neon sign for Blake's Bar.
According to Taste of Country, Lambert closed the Tishomingo location to focus her efforts on expanding the Pink Pistol Boutique in Lindale, Texas. Lambert and Shelton, who announced that they were divorcing in July 2015, were living together in Tishomingo when she opened the boutique in 2012.