A recent social media post retriggered rumors about her rocky relationship.
According to an article published by Inquisitr, it is suspected that Miranda Lambert may have split up with her boyfriend Anderson East, especially after a social media post where she did not mention him.
Earlier this week, Lambert concluded her recent headlining concert tour titled Living Like Hippies.
To celebrate the successful completion of the tour, she shared a social media post featuring a collage comprising of pictures from the tour.
In the post, Lambert shared several framed photographs that were pinned up under the title of the tour. In the caption, the country star wrote that the tour was made a success by the people featured in the pictures.
She also added a note of gratitude to those who spent their hard-earned money on enjoying and supporting country music.
In a different post, she officially announced that the tour was over and shared a picture with the members of the band that performed with her.
In the picture, Lambert was seen posing with eight companions, including Danny Mitchell, Gwen Sebastian and Michael Rinne.
She captioned the group photo by expressing thanks to the band members and the crew who accompanied her on the concert tour.
While people were pleased that the fact that Lambert delivered some great performances and ended her concert on a high, it was also noticed that she did not make any mention of East.
The celebratory posts shared by Lambert failed to include East’s name or social media profile tag. This raised suspicion among fans and followers that she and East may have ended their relationship.
It was previously reported that Lambert and East drifted apart when they were busy with their own tours. It was also believed that East was the one to break up with Lambert, and it left her in a state of emotional distress.
Both East and Lambert have not mentioned each other or shared pictures of being together for months, as opposed to last year when they frequently shared their love and support for each other on social media.