Rumors about Taylor Swift and Ben Affleck dating each other called out as false
Some tabloids would speculate over anything without confirmation. Gossip Cop website may be thinking that when they called out yet another story published in the In Touch Weekly magazine that went to claim this week that Taylor Swift and Ben Affleck are dating.
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The news has caused some stir because everybody know that Taylor has recently became available and Ben is going through a divorce with his estranged wife Jennifer Garner.
The magazine, not naming sources, claimed that Ben had met Taylor last year bac stage during one of her concerts on the 1989 World tour. The actor had been taken in with the young singer’s personality and had taken the help of his Suicide Squad co-star, Cara Delevingne to acquire Taylor’s number.
The story went further on to claim that they had been texting all this time and recently those texts have become more flirtatious. The article said that after Tom Hiddleston break up, Taylor had let Ben know that she was available. The article also claimed that Ben had a crush on Taylor ever since they had met.
While some people might have believed the article, Gossip Cop website called out In Touch magazine. They declared that the article claiming that the two celebrities dating was a total host and a fabricated scenario.
Sources close to both celebrities have confirmed that there is no such thing going on. According to reports, this speculation came from a recent interview that Ben gave in which he said that he had been to Taylor’s concert with his daughter and his daughter had been absolutely thrilled to have met the singer.
The site also mentioned that the magazine had also given way to false rumors about Ben. In another previous issue, the magazine had claimed that Ben was getting in touch with his ex, Jennifer Lopez and in another issue, the magazine had claimed that Ben’s mother was pushing him to reconcile with Garner. So Gossip Cop warns us that we should not believe any such rumors until proven right.