If you haven't heard, Conor McGregor and Rita Ora are a bit of an item at the moment. Not in that way, but if you read comments on social media you'd think they had slept together.
The British singer got her and the MMA fighter into a bit of trouble after posting a photo onto Instagram and Twitter with the caption 'Date Night'. People went into meltdown and thought she was deadset serious about the term, even though she's dating singer Andrew Watt and McGregor's been in a relationship with Dee Devlin for eight years.
With all eyes on the two celebrities, Ms Devlin has chosen not to address it in her latest photo on social media. The 30-year-old has uploaded a snap of her and Conor's son, Conor Jack McGregor Jr.
However, that has seen the Irish woman receive weird and inappropriate comments from people who reckon she shouldn't let Conor out of her sight.
One person wrote: "You need to hire a nanny and start going to events with your man because he's making you look dumb."
Another added: "Girl you should put your man in place he's out there acting like a horny pubescent boy. Don't let him embarrass you like that your too god for him and he should be reminded of that. Don't let his arrogance get to him."
While this person just went straight in and said: "Your husband is a fuckin dickhead. Can't believe he betrayed such a beautiful woman and a beautiful child. You deserved much more than this asshole, Dee."
Thankfully, it wasn't all thunderstorms in the comments section, with this user jumping in for Dee's defence, saying: "If what's going on is true everyone should just stay off this woman's page and leave her alone. She most likely doesn't give a fuck about what any of you have to say. It's her personal life. Leave the girl alone."
Rita tried to chill everyone out by uploading a picture of her boyfriend but that didn't stop the comments from coming in thick and fast. McGregor didn't help the situation last night when he was partying in at London's Cirque Le Soir.
He grabbed a microphone behind the DJ decks and yelled: "Shout out to Rita Ora."
It's not uncommon for the MMA champion to say things just to fuel flames, but that's usually before a fight and not about his private life.