Brad Pitt Visited Neri Oxman At MIT Last November

April 10, 2018 / Posted by:

Nothing gets tongues and labias wagging quite like gossip about William Bradley Pitt’s post-divorce love life. People reports that the rumored relationship between William and Neri Oxman, the hot MIT Architecture professor, probably started back in November. And, hold on to your hats, pearls, horses, britches and wigs: They were photographed TOGETHER!

According to People:

The actor, 54, was spotted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology back in November where he seemingly dropped by one of Oxman’s classes the week after Thanksgiving. Several students posted pictures of the actor posing with the class, including one where he is standing next to Oxman.

Can you imagine? William! Standing next to a woman! It must have been too mystical a sight because sadly, the picture was removed (but The Daily Mail has a screen shot of it). And of course that can only mean one thing; they are totally doing it. Only one student’s picture of William Bradley remains, but Neri isn’t in it.

Ocean’s six? 😮 #whatjusthappened #bradpitt #medialab

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People also reports that Neri has spoken publicly about William in the past. This woman had the chutzpah to criticize the cult of personality surrounding male celebrities and used Brad Pitt and George Clooney as examples of “idolized male icons” in a 2017 interview in W Magazine. Can you believe?

“For the same reason we have the Brad Pitts and the George Clooneys, it’s just part of human nature to idolize stereotypes,” she explained. “Such singularities are useful to the common perception of heroism. But it’s not only true for architecture; it’s true in musical composition, for females working in theater, for film directors. This isn’t just a disease of the architecture profession; it’s a phenotype of human culture and how we develop stereotypes and perceptions.”

That’s a lot of smart words about stuff and things. William probably read this interview and George’s advice to him, “get you a real one, dog”, echoed in his head. Next day he booked it to Boston to meet this lady in person.

Pic: Wenn.com, YouTube

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