By Dejha Carlisle

Rumors aren’t always true! In latest celebrity news, Amy Schumer denies that she met her new beau, furniture designer Ben Hanisch online, even though recent reports are stating otherwise. The actress spoke out about reports on the celebrity couple, stating that he’d join her on the Golden Globes red carpet. According to People.com, Schumer also denied using the app through Twitter. She wrote, “Please let the record show I have never in my life been on Bumble.”  The celebrity couple be under fire for how they met, but Schumer definitely knows how to deny a rumor!

This celebrity couple is slamming rumors. What are some ways to keep rumors from affecting your relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Rumors do hurt, even if they may be crazy. Here are a few tips on how to deal with them:

1. Confront the source: Confronting the person who made up the lies about you and your lover can be effective. Don’t resort to cruel words, but be firm in your opinion. By approaching this person directly, this may keep them from wanting to make up things about you again.

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2. Ignore it: The easiest thing to do is turn the other cheek. You and your partner know what is true; therefore, a rumor might not bother you. People will eventually get bored with talking about you, especially if you are not reacting the way they want you to.

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3. Stay away from people who gossip: Sometimes rumors start from within your circle. You may have that one “friend” who is jealous of your relationship, and they can’t wait to dish out something crazy. Don’t bother with them. A friend shouldn’t stab you in the back by posting mean things about your relationship.

How did you deal with rumors? Share below!