Blake Shelton called himself a life coach in a funny video he shared on social media with his fans. The country singer talked about the life lessons he learnt from his time on “The Voice,” and he revealed that the best way to deal with a difficult co-worker is to use a fart spray.

“I’ve learned a lot about life...” Shelton captioned the post on his Instagram page. With a serious face, he said that he uses fart spray to deal with a difficult co-worker.

The fart spray works well on a show like “The Voice,” according to Shelton, because each coach on the show gets his or her own trailer. This gives the country singer the privacy he needs to fill the bottle with fart bombs or spray and use it on his colleague.

Shelton said that using a fart spray is “completely satisfying,” and it “completely ruins” the day of the co-worker he doesn’t like. The distracted coach is then not in a position to do his or her job well on the show, which is to the country singer’s advantage.

The video may be a response to what is happening on “The Voice.” Shelton has been finding it difficult to get singers to join his team, and he recently threw a temper tantrum on the show about it, USA Today reported.

After facing the challenges on the show, Shelton pointed out that he has the most seasons under his belt in the TV series, and added that the other coaches need to learn a lesson about respecting their elders. He also pointed out that “The Voice” is his show.

Shelton has also been facing problems outside “The Voice.” When he was on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” he played the Name That Song game and couldn’t recognize his girlfriend’s hit song “Hollaback Girl.” Gwen Stefani was on the same show recently, and she said her boyfriend should have known that song, but she also defended him by saying that he is a country singer.

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Debunked rumors about Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. In Picture: Singer Gwen Stefani (L) and recording artist Blake Shelton attend the grand opening of her 'Gwen Stefani - Just a Girl' residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 28, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Ethan Miller