You know the old saying you should probably not believe everything on the internet? In this case, you definitely shouldn't. Let me start by saying I am not Blake Shelton's sister nor have I ever claimed to be. I'm just a radio girl who was at a concert one night.

Yesterday evening my mom called me and asked me if I had been on Facebook I said no I hadn't, so I proceeded to ask her why. She said a picture of Blake Shelton and I was on a Facebook page was captioned, Blake Shelton and his sister. I quickly went to the Facebook page and sure enough there was a picture of Blake and me from a meet-and-greet years ago. I have no idea how someone would have even found that picture.

The comments are amazing. I was very appreciative of all of the kind comments. The people arguing  back and forth about whether or not Blake has a sister or who his real sister is. I think it hilarious that people were saying we look alike. I even went to the page and corrected everyone. I even stated I was not his sister and a lady wanted to argue with me and say I wasn't his sister. I said, I clearly stated I was not his sister.

The funny thing is the post was put up a few days ago and this picture was taken back in 2017. The picture is 7 years old. Again, I don't know how this page found this picture. It was at a meet-and-greet event for radio people at one of Blake's shows. He was kind enough to bring in local radio people and hang out with them. We all had such a good time with Blake, he was so kind and down to earth. He is probably one of the funniest people I have ever met.

So remember don't believe everything you read on the internet. Not all of it is true.  Check your facts before reposting!



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