Skanky Break Ups: Enrique Iglesias And Anna Kournikova Cheated On Each Other During Entire 12-Year Relationship

- By Bossip Staff

Why be in a relationship?

Enrique Iglesias And Anna Kournikova Cheated On Each Other

Via Larry Brown Sports:

A website called “Blind Gossip,” which posts blind gossip items that contain clues in their stories, posted a story on Oct. 2 — the day after Page Six’s report on Kournikova and Iglesias was published — that a “beautiful couple” was about to break up.

In their blind item, they used terms that would apply to Kournikova and Iglesias, such as “love match,” which is a play on Kournikova’s tennis career, “track record” which is another sports term, and “mole” because Iglesias used to have a distinctive mole.

The public story is that the relationship just ran it’s course and that one party was tired of the lack of commitment of the other party.

But we’re going to tell you the private reason behind the split: cheating! Yes, that’s the real reason they are breaking up. The last few years have just been a series of fights over infidelity.

Our inside mole told us that they are both guilty. He tended to favor models. She favored professional athletes. There are several big names involved as third parties, including a well-known supermodel and a mega-rich athlete.

Sounds just like Kournikova and Iglesias, right? Well after OK! Magazine’s report of the breakup was published, Blind Gossip updated their story to say the item was about Anna and Enrique.

So, you probably will hear that Kournikova and Iglesias broke up because she was tired of waiting around for him to marry her after 12 years together, but the real reason is cheating. Blind Gossip also says the reason for the leak of the breakup was to prevent pictures of them with other people from coming out. Don’t be surprised when you see stories in the coming weeks about them dating new people.

12 freaking years and he didn’t put a ring on it??!


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