Dionne Warwick mocks DiCaprio’s rumoured ’25-year’ dating rule

Los Angeles, Sep 14 (IANS) Singer Dionne Warwick has amusingly taunted entertainer Leonardo DiCaprio’s supposed relationship rule. The 81-year-old said that the ‘Titanic’ star doesn’t have the foggiest idea what he is absent with his alleged “25-year rule”.

The ‘Stroll on By’ songstress added it was the entertainer’s misfortune he has structure for dating ladies who are no more seasoned than 25.


She tweeted on Wednesday, September 14, “I just found out about Leonardo DiCaprio’s long term rule. His misfortune. You don’t have the foggiest idea where no doubt about it.”

The mother-of-two’s message to her 608,000 or more supporters immediately piled up very nearly 700 remarks, with many lauding Warwick as a “legend”, reports aceshowbiz.com.

It comes as DiCaprio, 47, is back on the market after it arose in August he had discreetly parted from his better half, model Camila Morrone, a couple of months after she turned 25. Insiders said the pair developed separated following seven years, and tapped out recently.

A source last month told The Sun, “Leo and Camila cut off their friendship over the late spring. There are no awful sentiments between them. It just reached a characteristic resolution.”

DiCaprio hasn’t beforehand freely dated a lady north of 25, with his exes Gisele Bundchen, Bar Refaeli and Blake Lively not being over that age when they were together.

Morrone recently hit back when tested about their 22-year age hole, saying individuals ought to be allowed to date whoever they need undeniably.

She said during their relationship she was routinely taunted by savages, including one who anticipated her relationship with ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Oscar-victor would be “over when you’re 25.”

Morrone said: “There’s such countless connections in Hollywood, and since the beginning of time, where individuals have huge age holes. I simply figure anybody ought to have the option to date who they need to date.”