Lindsay Lohan Says Her Dog ‘Gucci’ Lived Until He Was 27 Years Old


Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Lindsey Lohan’s dog Gucci. What do all these entities have in common? Well they’re all part of the #27club, even Gucci, according to Lindsay Lohan.

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Lohan was waffling on Instagram Live the other night when she made the claim – saying that the mini Maltese lived to be over twice the average age for normal dogs, which is 11.

According to Pedigree, Maltese dogs have an average lifespan of 12 to 16 years of age, so Gucci has blown his entire breed out of the water as well on that front.

Here’s what Lohan said if you can’t bear to watch that:

I do not have a dog. My dog actually passed away a few months ago. She was my baby. I had two. I had Chloe and Gucci.

I named my dogs after… I had my first dog when I got my first pair of Gucci boots and she ate them and I named her Gucci. And she lived until 27 years old.

She was a strong, little, mini Maltese and yeah, that happened. God bless her. God rest her soul. She’s watching me, my puppy angel.

Riiiight. Well funnily enough, someone dug up an old Tweet from Lohan’s mum Dina referencing Gucci’s death, and of course she didn’t live to be 27 at all:

An impressive 15 years, but way off Lohan’s claim of 27. Even weirder still, according to Metro, at the time of Gucci’s death the family was reporting that the dog lived to 19 years of age. Well no wonder Lindsay Lohan’s so fucking confused.

According to the Guinness World Records, only 7 dogs have lived up to the age of 27, so if what Lohan’s saying is true I’m sure she won’t miss a chance to get her dog’s name in the record books. Let’s be honest though – she’s probably just chatting shit.

For more mind-bending celebrity claims, Britney Spears recently claimed she ran 100m in 5.97 seconds, smashing Usain Bolt’s record. Is quarantine just making everyone crazy or what?


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