Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s romance rumors are in the news again with the tabloids giving a different twist to the story. It seems that Brad and Jennifer are ready to give their relationship another chance but Jen’s drinking issues are causing some problems. As per the reports in Globe magazine, the former couple would have reunited by now if it wasn’t for the Friends star being stubborn over her drinks.
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It is a known fact that Brad Pitt has been sober for almost five years and he wants Jennifer Aniston to quit drinking too. But the actress is having a hard time leaving alcohol and that is the only roadblock in their romantic relationship. Here is more on Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston romance rumors and the possible truth behind the reports of Brad asking Jen to quit drinking for their relationship.
Brad Pitt wants Jennifer Aniston to Quit Drinking for their Relationship
Brad Pitt wanted to take Jennifer Aniston as her date at the Oscars 2020 but that could not happen as Jen was not ready to give up her glass of wine. It led to the couple having an ugly fight or else they would have been together by now.
Aniston is happy to help Pitt in his sobriety but that doesn’t mean she will stop having the occasional night outs and booze with her friends. Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt are both stubborn and unless one of them budge, the relationship won’t work out.
Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston Romance Rumors and Real Truth
Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston romance rumors are totally fake and there is no truth to the story. First of all, Brad and Jennifer are not in any sort of romantic relationship and hence it doesn’t make sense that her drinking issues will cause a problem.
The tabloids seem to make any story regarding Pitt and Aniston as some of them claim that they are getting secretly married. Whereas others are saying they are secretly dating each other, and both the narratives are fake news and fans should take it with a grain of salt.