J-Lo Refuses To Deny A-Rod Cheating Rumors: 'It Doesn't Matter!'

Jennifer Lopez Doesn’t Deny Alex Rodriguez Cheating Rumors
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Apr. 10 2019, Updated 4:00 p.m. ET

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Jennifer Lopez was caught beating around the bush when talking about fiancé Alex Rodriguez’s latest cheating scandal.

During an interview on The Breakfast Club this Wednesday, April 10, the “El Anillo” singer spoke about her recent engagement and addressed those nasty infidelity rumors.

"It doesn't matter, I know what the truth is. I know who he is, he knows who I am. We're just happy,” said Lopez, 49, refusing to deny her hubby-to-be cheated on her.

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As readers know, baseball legend José Canseco came forward this March to accuse Rodriguez, 43, of two-timing J-Lo with Jessica, Canseco’s ex-wife.

“Poor girl,” he said of Lopez. “She has no idea who he really is.”

Jessica Canseco denied her ex’s allegations, but the scandal didn’t die there.

Radar reported that later that month, Playboy playmate Zoey Gregory alleged Rodriguez begged her for a threesome and bombarded her with racy texts and photos, days before proposing to Lopez.

As if that wasn’t enough, model Lauren Hunter also claimed Rodriguez continued sexting her while romancing J-Lo. In 2017, she told The National ENQUIRER the two maintained a sexual relationship for years, even after he began publicly dating the Maid In Manhattan actress.

“Jennifer is going to be shocked,” Hunter said at the time. “She would be an idiot to believe he’d be faithful!”

Despite all the rumors and alleged evidence, Lopez believes no one except her man.

“We're not gonna let, like other people come out and tell us what our relationship is. I know what our relationship is,” she said on The Breakfast Club.


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