Jennifer Lawrence is the type of down-to-earth celebrity that every girl secretly wants to be BFFs with. She’s goofy, cool, and seems like she’d be a blast to hang out with.
And now that Pratt’s marriage is over, guess who’s being blamed?
Did Lawrence have anything to do with the split?
The couple has chosen to end their 8-year marriage and have filed for a legal separation.
Our son has two parents who love him very much and for his sake we want to keep this situation as private as possible moving forward,” Pratt posted on his Facebook page.
“Our son has two parents who love him very much and for his sake we want to keep this situation as private as possible moving forward,” Pratt posted on his Facebook page.
And no, this wasn’t just the response from a few bitter Twitter users.
Tons of people instantly thought of Lawrence when they read the news.
The accusations seemed to stem from the rumors of a romance between the two during the filming of Passengers.
How did Anna Farris feel about these rumors and accusations?
She opened up about feeling insecure by the claims on her podcast “Anna Faris is Unqualified.”
Maybe they seem to be enjoying each other so much because they’re…friends?
I know, it’s a radical idea.
Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth co-starred in The Hunger Games trilogy.
Which is a load of crap, if we’re being honest. No one attacks male movie stars for getting “too close” with their co-stars.
But putting the blame on Lawrence based on zero evidence can not only be damaging to Lawrence but Pratt and Faris as well, especially during such a vulnerable time.
But there’s one thing that J-Law haters have failed to realize…
She’s currently dating Darren Aronofsky, the acclaimed director behind Requiem for a Dream and Black Swan.
The two met on the set of their new movie Mother! and have been together since September of 2016.
And rightfully so.
Although we’ll probably never know the real truth, I think it’s safe to say that the best course of action is to avoid jumping to conclusions without knowing the whole story.