a The video circulating on TikTok is starting to generate interest Jennifer LopezTo discover fans why she chose to introduce her daughter, Amy Muniz, using gender-neutral pronouns rather than the traditional way.
Controversy arose last Thursday, when the singer performed some of her songs at Dodger Stadium in order to entertain the Los Angeles Dodgers’ sixth annual Blue Diamond Gala.
At one point during her concert, the 52-year-old singer invited her 14-year-old daughter Amy Maribel to share the stage with her. However, to introduce it to her fans, she used the pronouns “they” and “they” on numerous occasions.
“(The last time) we performed together was in a big stadium like this and I always ask them to sing with me, but they don’t want to. So this is a very special occasion, because they are busy and reserved and expensive. They cost me when they go out, but they are worth every penny. Because they’re my favorite duo of all time. So, if I may, the Bronx singer mentioned.
In this way also the daughter of a salsa singer Mark Anthony, He joined the show and delighted the audience by singing Christina Perry’s song “A Thousand Years”.
Single user reaction
Upon noting the unusual event, a social media user praised the singer’s initiative, which for him represents an act of solidarity in support of the girl because of her sexual preference that is different from the majority of her generation.
They’re how Amy introduces herself. This was Ji Lou sharing that information. It’s nice to see her support her daughter,” she said.
So far, no one from Jennifer Lopez’s team has made any kind of comments to endorse or reject the fan’s explanation.
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