Jennifer Lopez In her latest documentary “Halftime” she reveals that her mother “beat” her and her siblings.
Lopez, 52, opened up in a documentary about her childhood And her relationship with her mother Guadalupe “Loop” Rodriguez was damaged.
“It did what she had to do to survive, it strengthened her, but it made her harder,” Lopez said (via Yahoo). “She beat sh–.”
“I was far from the perfect mother,” Rodriguez said. “The only thing I could ever say was, everything I did, I did with their interest.”
Lopez revealed that he and her mother had been arguing over the singer’s education. Rodriguez insisted that the musician had an education so that she did not have to depend on men.
“I always have the highest expectations on them,” she added. “It’s not to criticize. It’s only to show you that you can do better. And Jennifer, she gave me a very difficult time, to tell you the truth. We held so many heads.”
“Halftime” premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 8. The documentary was released on Netflix on June 14.
“The ‘Halftime’ reveals the grit and determination to make Jennifer Lopez her icon, from behind-the-scenes and worldwide performances, to her Super Bowl halftime show, to her recent presidential inauguration,” the Tribeca Film Festival press release said.
“The documentary focuses on an international superstar who has inspired people with his perseverance, creativity and cultural contributions for decades. And this is just the beginning.”
The documentary provides fans Watch Lopez’s life behind the scenes And strive to be taken “seriously” as an actress and performer.
Lopez described her frustration with the NFL in “Halftime”.
“Super bowling by two people is the worst idea in the world,” Lopez told his music director (via Sports Illustrated). “It’s the worst idea in the world.”
The singer’s manager, Bobby Medina, was also disappointed with his decision to have an NFL and two headliners. At the 2020 Halftime Show.
“Usually you have a headliner in the Super Bowl,” Medina said in the documentary. “That headliner builds a show and it’s their choice if they choose to have other guests. It’s a shame to say you need two Latinos to do something an artist has historically done.”
“If it wants to be a double headliner, they have to give us 20 minutes,” Lopez said in the documentary. “That’s what they have to do.”