Jennifer Lopez rumoured to have broken up with Alex Rodriguez

Dominican Republic -- It has been rumoured that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have split up. Now it seems the couple are not giving up on their relationsh

15/3/2021 1:50:00 PM

Dominican Republic -- It has been rumoured that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have split up. Now it seems the couple are not giving up on their relationship.

Dominican Republic -- It has been rumoured that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have split up. Now it seems the couple are not giving up on their relationsh

- Advertisement -Dominican Republic — It has been rumoured that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have split up. Now it seems the couple are not giving up on their relationship. Lopez has finally broken her silence after several days of rumours swirling around and she has revealed to fans what is going on. In the wake of rumours that Lopez’s relationship with former athlete Arod had ended, the star took to Tik Tok and uploaded a video to her official account that actually included headlines from this weekend and seemed to shoot down the rumours. Lopez said “You’re dumb” in the video after the headlines flash on the screen.

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The couple explained in a joint statement that they are working through some things. Insiders told People magazine that the couple had indeed hit a few road blocks due to being in a long-distance relationship now, but they are not giving up.Jennifer Lopez responded to breakup rumours of her and Alex Rodriguez. Picture: Instagram

“They were having problems before she left for the Dominican Republic. Filming made it worse because they haven’t been able to see each other much in person,” the insider says. Read more: The Independent »

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