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J.Lo Calls Herself A "BLACK Woman From The Bronx" In New Track (Twitter Reacts)



Jennifer López landed herself in the course of a significant controversy yesterday when she launched a brand new music with Maluma – with some controversial lyrics MTO Information has discovered. The Diva from the Bronx and the Colombian collaborated on the music “Lonely.”

J.Lo says within the music, “I’ll all the time be your black lady from the Bronx.”

And that one lyric – set off a Twitter firestorm. Many Black girls are offended by the lyrics as a result of not solely does J.Lo not look like black , she by no means as soon as up to now claimed to be such and don’t need their race identification for use as simply “a cool line.” 

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It additionally prompted many to assume again to when she used a racist phrase within the remix of “I’m Actual.”

Again in 2001, Jennifer was criticized for utilizing the “n-word” in her remix to I am Actual with Ja Rule

In that music, Jennifer who’s Latina mentioned, “I inform them n ** fuel to thoughts they enterprise however they do not hear me although.”

Twitter appears to have rather a lot to say to J.Lo:

Again in January of this yr, Lopez was additionally accused of appropriating the time period ‘Again Woman Magic’ by coining her personal model referred to as ‘Bronx Woman Magic’. The actress and singer, 50, posted a few selfies on social media displaying herself sporting a white t-shirt with the slogan ‘Bronx Woman Magic’ emblazoned on it, together with the hashtag.