Jennifer Lopez just lately collaborated with Maluma on a Latin music, “Lonely”, although it seems like folks didn’t respect the music as a lot. Following the discharge of the music, the Bronx diva obtained backlash as a result of one of many verses discovered her referring to herself as a black lady.

J.Lo sang on the music, “Yo siempre sere tu negrita del Bronx,” which translated into, “I’ll at all times be your black lady from the Bronx.” Once folks, particularly the Black neighborhood, discovered of the interpretation, they rapidly took to social media to blast the actress and singer as a result of she is way from being black.

For occasion, one individual stated, “J Lo mad irritating. Now all people wanna be Black. Girl go the f**okay on someplace.” There was additionally somebody who commented, “I do not like J.Lo she’s only a wanna be black lady that may hit a two step. She’s an All Lives Matter supporter and now she’s calling herself a ‘black lady from the Bronx’ idek why she nonetheless makes music my canine has higher vocal agility than her. Just no.”

J.Lo herself has but to reply to the backlash, although some folks have since come to her protection by mentioning that the phrase “negrita” truly refers to darkish or brown pores and skin Latin ladies, not African American. Some additionally stated that it’s a time period of endearment. “If you are not Hispanic… do not remark. FYI in our tradition You do not actually have to be black to be negrita or negrito,” one stated.

“Wow !! You guys have to get your information straight first !! That’s what brown skinned folks name themselves within the BRonx!! Negrita or negrito omg chill !!! That does not imply BLACK,” one other echoed the sentiment. “Y’all doing an excessive amount of it is a pet identify does not translate to be black lady now if she stated Morena from the Bronx that’ll be totally different,” another person hit again on the critics.



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