Jennifer Lopez maintains an excellent relationship with a number of their ex-boyfriends and his current partner, Alex Rodriguez, also seems to get along well with them. The weekend JLo joined Sean “Diddy” Combs to raise funds in the fight against the coronavirus.
JLo and the rapper were together from 1999 to 2001, but the break did not stop them to continue as good friends. Almost 20 years later he has returned to see together (each one from his home) in a direct Instagram that went mad to the fans of the artists.
The former couple continues so well that they danced salsa together through Instagram. In the video you can listen to JLo to tell Diddy that those dance steps are taught it. In another moment, the musician improvises a rap and there appears Alex Rodriguez, former baseball player and future husband of the singer dancing in the background.
Through the direct of Instagram, with the split screen, on one side you could see the rapper along with his family; on the other, to Jennifer Lopez dancing in the foreground, while Rodriguez was behind her taking a beer and having a good time.
The meeting was part of the challenge Dance-a-Thona marathon of solidarity organized by the charity’s Direct Action to raise money for the health care professionals of the united States especially now that this country has become the global focus of the pandemic. Diddy brought a lot of celebrities for “The largest ballroom in the world”, including JLo, Justin Bieber, Snoop Dogg, Kelly Rowland, DJ Khaled and more.
Through social networks, the media partner announced last week that postponed their marriage indefinitely due to the pandemic, like Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom, who are currently expecting their first child.
JLo, 50 years, and the sports journalist, 44, was pledged in march 2019 during a vacation in the Bahamas with a ring of USD 5 million and were to be married this year. Meanwhile, the couple spends the confinement with their children in Miami, where they are involved in everything that they can to collaborate against the coronavirus.
“I know that these are difficult times, but today is a day in which we celebrate miracles”, he said the “Diva of the Bronx” that took advantage of the Easter Sunday to send a message of optimism “Pray that we will come through this in the near future.”