Brad Pitt and George Clooney are not on speaking terms for years and have ended their friendship as some recent rumors. As per the reports from Star magazine, Brad and George had a major fight at an LA party and they have not spoken to each other after that.
The tabloid further adds that the difference between the Hollywood superstars started to grow after Brad’s marriage with Angelina Jolie and things are now permanently damaged. Angie never liked George anyway and always considered him as a bad influence on Pitt.
It became much worse after Pitt and Jolie’s divorce and the Ocean series co-stars have stopped talking to each other. Here are more details on Brad Pitt, George Clooney fight rumors and the possible truth behind the reports of the Hollywood A-listers ending their friendship.
Brad Pitt and George Clooney’s Friendship is Over
Brad Pitt decided to go sober a few years back and it was the first straw that dented his friendship with George Clooney. Everyone knows that Clooney loves to drink but Pitt stopped going to parties with his best friend to make sure he stays sober. Further, George married Amal and had twins with them he spends of his time, and that created more differences.
Brad kind of felt ignored that George doesn’t consider him as a good friend and only an occasional co-actor, and one thing led to another. The final nail in the coffin was George Clooney ignoring Brad Pitt at Jennifer Aniston’s 50th birthday party to make sure he gets to drink his booze. Ever since that incident, Pitt and Clooney have ended their friendship and they are not seen together.
Brad Pitt, George Clooney Fight Rumors and Real Truth
Brad Pitt, George Clooney’s fight rumors make no sense at all as the reasons given in the report are contradicting. The tabloid claims that Brad and George feuded over at a party, but fails to mention any time, date or place or any kind of details. Gossip Cop has already debunked the rumors and a source close to Pitt has made it clear that he is still best buddies with Clooney and there are no differences between them.