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Blake Shelton on karma tweet: 'People are way off the mark'

Blake Shelton on karma tweet: 'People are way off the mark'
Blake Shelton on karma tweet: 'People are way off the mark'

Blake Shelton sent out a tweet about "karma" amid reports last week that his ex-wife Miranda Lambert cheated on him while they were married. However, Shelton is now saying "people are way off mark" with the meaning of his cryptic tweet.  (AP/Reuters)

Blake Shelton says that people have been misinterpreting his intentionally vague remarks made in his recent tweet about "karma."

"If it was meant for people to know exactly what it meant, it wouldn't have been so cryptic," Shelton told ET's Sophie Schillaci during a Facebook Live interview alongside Kelly Clarkson before Monday's "The Voice." "But I can tell you it's been, actually, very entertaining to watch the world run with it and assume what they think it's about."

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Shelton said he doesn't necessarily "love" the reactions his post has been getting but thinks the speculation and feverish analysis has been "funny" -- and also mostly incorrect.

"I'll say this, people are way off the mark," Shelton said. "But I don't have time to worry about it." 

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"Been taking the high road for a long time... I almost gave up," 

. "But I can finally see something on the horizon up there!! Wait!! Could it be?! Yep!! It’s karma!!" 

While some fans speculated that Shelton's comments were in reference to Shelton's ex, Miranda Lambert, the "I Lived It" singer has clearly set the record straight.

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Shelton and Lambert announced their divorce in July 2015, after four years of marriage. In November 2015, Shelton sparked a romance with fellow "Voice" coach Gwen Stefani.

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