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Jennifer Lopez revealed that her mother “beat” her and her brothers and sisters in her latest documentary, Half Time.
Lopez, 52, opened in a documentary about his childhood and a strained relationship with his mother in Guadeloupe, Lupe Rodriguez.
“She did what she had to do to survive, and it made her strong, but it also made her tough,” Lopez (via Yahoo) said. “It simply came to our notice then. »
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“I was far from a perfect mother,” Rodriguez said. “One thing I can always say is everything I did with their interests. »
Lopez revealed that she and her mother were angry about the singer’s upbringing. Rodriguez demanded that the musician be educated so that she did not have to depend on men.
“I always expected the highest expectations from them,” she added. “It simply came to our notice then. It was just to show you that you can do better. And Jennifer, she gave me the hardest time to tell you the truth. We hit our heads hard. »
Halftime premiered on June 8 at the Tribeca Film Festival. The documentary Netflix was released on June 14th.
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Halftime offers an intimate look behind the curtain, revealing the sincerity and determination that made Jennifer Lopez an icon, from her appearances on screen and on stage around the world, to the middle of the Super Bowl until recently. the inauguration of the President, ”says a press release from the Tribeka Film Festival.
“The documentary is about an international superstar who has inspired people for decades with his perseverance, creative genius and cultural contribution. And this is just the beginning. »
The documentary gives fans a Lopez behind the scenes of life and strives to be “taken seriously” as an actress and performer.
Lopez also detailed his frustration in the NFL’s Half Time section.
“It’s the worst idea in the world to have two people in a Super Bowl,” Lopez told his music manager (through Sports Illustrated). “It simply came to our notice then. »
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Singer manager Bobby Medina was also disappointed with the NFL and the decision to have two leaders. 2020 half-year show.
“You usually have a Super Bowl headline,” Medina said in the documentary. “This conductor creates the show, and if they choose other guests, it’s their choice. It was an insult to say that two Latinos are needed to do the work that the artist has done historically. »
“If it was a double headline, they would have given us 20 minutes,” Lopez said in the documentary. “It simply came to our notice then. »
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