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11 April 2019, 01:52 | Elsie Buchanan
"Alex Rodriguez stop being a piece of s**t stop cheating on Jennifer Lopez, ' he added, before challenging him to a 'boxing match or an MMA match anytime you want". She joined The Breakfast Club at NY radio station Power 105.1 on Wednesday to chat about her new music. In the interview Jennifer dismissed her relationship with Diddy - they dated from 1999 to 2001 - as childish.
"No, I think it was the right thing to do", Lopez replied.
The songstress kept her cool when Charlamagne asked her about the couple's "hater", referring to the former baseball pro taking to Twitter with the allegations just hours after their happy announcement.
"We just got engaged, and then right afterwards we started working right away and we're working the rest of the year, so I don't know what's going to happen", she revealed.
Weeks after major cheating (real life, not PEDs) claims made by Jose Canseco against ex-Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez swung back at Canseco to defend her future husband. I know who he is; he knows who I am.
"We're not gonna let other people come out and tell us what our relationship is".
Lopez, however, paid no attention to the gossip, telling the Breakfast Club hosts that, "It doesn't matter". "We love each other, we do. It's just like ... we were kids, you know?" "We have a lot of love and respect and admiration for each other".
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