It appears country singer Blake Shelton has had enough of the public snooping around his personal life. "The Voice” coach took to Twitter on Thursday to vent his frustration about false stories being written in the news about him. 

Shelton has been in above average high public demand thanks to his very successful music career, time on the popular NBC reality competition and recent relationship with fellow artist Gwen Stefani. While the attention and exposure is usually good for an artist’s career, the 39 year old has apparently had enough. 

“I’ve read more complete bullc--- about my personal life, my next album and my job on 'The Voice' this week than ever before...EVER Before!” he said to his 15.7 million Twitter followers. “If my life was half as chaotic as they say it is I’d be dead… My god I wish they’d move on to someone else!!! It’s so old at this point.”

After the two complaint tweets, some of the country artist’s fans responded with messages of support. Others commented on some of the rumors in question about the singer. One brought up an article he or she had read that suggested he was going to be moving to a different house.

Another savvy fan noticed that some rumors were suggesting he and his girlfriend, Stefani, were on the rocks after a photo of them together surfaced in which Shelton looked a little annoyed. 

The couple has been the subject of tabloid speculation and obsession since Us Weekly broke the news in November that “The Voice” coaches had started dating. The news came just months after their respective divorces from Miranda Lambert and Gavin Rossdale. Despite the rumors, Entertainment Tonight notes that, other than a less-than-flattering picture of Shelton, there’s no reason to think that the couple is in any trouble, Just one month ago, the couple was exchanging flirty messages with each other on Twitter for all their followers to see. 

It seems, after being the center of attention for the celebrity-obsessed public since his divorce in July 2015, the singer is finally over the attention and ready to move on from discussing his personal life.