Sean Combs -also known as Diddy– gathered a number of stars this Sunday, April 12, to that to bring out your best dance moves for a good cause: raising money for the fight against the coronavirus. And if it’s a matter of dancing, who better than Jennifer Lopez to make a good demo?
The diva of the Bronx participated in this dance-a-thon in solidarity organized by his ex to raise funds for the organization Direct Relief, who is in charge of distributing medical equipment to the poorest communities or in quality of emergency, a much needed help now during the pandemic.
The two stars became a couple during the years 1999 and 2001, and although it has been two decades since they were boyfriends, continue to maintain a great friendship. During the virtual meeting, they talked, joked and also danced together each one from his home to the popular song Gentlyof Elvis Crespo. Even in a given time, Alex Rodriguez he joined them, gave together and went back to dancing.
“I love you, boys,” said the american producer, winner of four Grammys. “We love you and we love what you’re doing. I just want to send you all the love in the world, from my family to yours. We love you and we appreciate it,” replied the new yorker during the conversation, making it clear that between them there is a strong and close bond friendly.
Although we are delighted with these moments of unit and the scenes of complicity between the ex, the best thing about this union between them is the amount of money obtained for the fund: more than $ 3 million!
In addition to Jennifer Lopez, dance-a-thon will also be joined by other celebrities like DJ Khaled, Snoop Dogg or Justin Bieber.
In the wake of the pandemic, the world of the show and the entertainment has been geared to help curb the coronavirus with initiatives of solidarity and generous donations. For example, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez in addition to participating in the initiative of the rapper, recently donated a million meals to the Foundation Feeding America through the campaign Wheels Up call ‘Meals Up’