Michael Buble appears to elbow wife 'Luisana Lopilato' she denies abuse allegations

Just like the rest of us the singer and actress are doing their part to stay at home amid the coronavirus pandemic crisis. In recent days, they’ve been going on Instagram Live to read children’s books, sing and other activities for their followers.

In opening up their home to their fans, it’s also opens Michael Buble up to criticism.

In one of their recent Instagram Live videos, viewers saw Bublé elbows Lopilato in her side after she spoke over him, prompting her to apologize. Then, he pulled her in to an embrace, although some believe he was TOO AGGRESSIVE with the action. The next moment he snubs her as she attempted to fix his hair.

Fans also took issue with a video clip from March 23 where Buble complains about his wife showing up late to the livestream.

“Today I begin alone because even though my wife knows this thing starts at 4, she’s flaky and she’s not here!” Buble says to the camera.

When Lopilato does appear, Buble turns to his wife and says, “You’re so dead to me” before listing off more complaints about how he has to “lie” to others, like doctors and dentists, each time she is running late, according to E! News.

Buble continues to threaten her, “Honestly, I can’t wait till you get to see the divorce on this,” he said. “Cause honestly, I’m telling you right now, if you think this is an act, it’s not an act. My God.”

In a separate video, when the pair signed off from their livestream, Bublé is heard telling his wife, “I’m going to kill you,” as she moves towards the camera to stop recording.

Lopilato defends her husband calling the criticism unfair.

“I want you to know that I have no doubts who my husband is and I would choose him a thousand times more !! It’s not fair!” Lopilato wrote on Instagram. “Without more to say and doing what I think is right when they mess with my family, I leave the consequences to God! The world needs more than ever ‘love, hope, values, unity and solidarity’ NOT these types of people.”

Michael has yet to address the controversy himself, but he stood beside Luisana as she clarified the situation, as previously mentioned.

In an interview from 2013, the singer admitted he’s struggled with his anger in the past. He told The Mail on Sunday, “I was prone to violence as a kid, and I’ll tell you now, I’m not a big man but I could do it again, and probably will. And shouldn’t and have every reason not to and everything to lose—but probably will do it again.”