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“My Mother Beated Me”, JLo Talks About Her Childhood!

Jennifer Lopez talked about her complicated relationship with her mother, Guadalupe “Lupe” Rodriguez, claiming that she beat him throughout her childhood.

Jennifer Lopez talked about her complicated relationship with her mother, Guadalupe “Lupe” Rodriguez, claiming that she beat him throughout her childhood.

According to Nypost, the pop star, 52, made the sensational claim in her new Netflix documentary, “Halftime,” saying in a scene that her mother beat her endlessly as a child.

“She did what she had to do to survive, and it made her strong, but it also made her tough. “She beat me endlessly,” said Jlo.

Rodriquez, 76, also appears in the documentary, admitting she was harsh with Lopez and her two sisters, Leslie and Lynda. The matriarch, who emigrated from Puerto Rico, raised her three daughters in the Bronx along with her husband David, from whom she divorced after the girls grew up.

Jennifer Lopez talked about her complicated relationship with her mother, Guadalupe “Lupe” Rodriguez, claiming that she beat him throughout her childhood.

According to Nypost, the pop star, 52, made the sensational claim in her new Netflix documentary, “Halftime,” saying in a scene that her mother beat her endlessly as a child.

“She did what she had to do to survive, and it made her strong, but it also made her tough. “She beat me endlessly,” said Jlo.

Rodriquez, 76, also appears in the documentary, admitting she was harsh with Lopez and her two sisters, Leslie and Lynda. The matriarch, who emigrated from Puerto Rico, raised her three daughters in the Bronx along with her husband David, from whom she divorced after the girls grew up.

“I have always had the highest expectations from them. It was just to show you that you can do better. Jennifer, she gave me the hardest time, to be honest. “We debated a lot,” Lupe said.

J.Lo left home at the age of 18 after constantly clashing with her mother about her future. The singer confessed that she was not focused on school, saying that she was distracted by dancing, something that caused tension between her mother and her.

“My mother said, ‘If you live in this house, you will be educated.’ “We had a bad fight one night and I left,” Lopez said.

Rodriguez said she always wanted her three daughters to have an education so they would not depend on men.

“I was far from a perfect mother. “The only thing I can always say, everything I did, I did with their best interest in my heart,” she said.

Lopez describes her mother as a “complicated” person in the new document, but the couple now enjoys a much calmer relationship with each other. The emotional scenes between the duo are among the many candid moments captured in “Halftime”, which was recorded mainly at the top of J.Lo’s performance in the Super Bowl with Shakira in 2020.

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