gossipify logo 1

EntertainmentAyo Edebiri dispels rumors of a fight with Jennifer Lopez: ‘It would be like Mr. Bean and Mick Jagger fighting’The actress from ‘The Bear’ participated in Saturday Night Live with J. Lo and apologized for speaking ill of the singer on a podcast today 10:16

The actress from ‘The Bear’ participated in Saturday Night Live with J. Lo and apologized for speaking badly of the singer on the podcast

Ayo Edebiri revisited podcast in which he speaks ill of Jennifer Lopezafter being considered for an episode of Saturday Night Live with the singer. The actress of The bear was the presenter, while J.Lo it was the musical attraction.

Just before the program, an excerpt from the podcast Scam Goddess circulated again on social media. In it, the presenter Laci Mosley stated that “his entire career” Lopez “It’s a big fraud.”

Edebiri agreed and added, “Well, that’s the thing — she thinks she’s on a lot of tracks, but it’s not her. I think she thinks she’s still good, even if she doesn’t sing most of these songs… Lots of song articles will be like, ‘J.Lo didn’t have time to go to the studio, she was busy.’ Doing what? Singing that it wasn’t, obviously.”

As a result, internet users began to spread the rumor that Edebiri It is Lopez would be fighting behind the scenes Saturday Night Live. Ayo reacted and said in an interview with Vanity Fair (via Variety) that these claims were absurd. “It would be like Mr Bean and the Mick Jagger fighting, and obviously I’m the one Mr Bean. She is the J.Lo! She was very calm and cool about it,” the actress explained.

A Variety, Lopez revealed that Edebiri visited his dressing room and “apologized with tears in his eyes”. The singer continued: “She felt really bad and loved my performance, because we had just done my sound check, and she could hear my performance.”

“It’s funny… I’ve heard similar things throughout my career, so it didn’t affect me,” he confessed.

Edebiri used the controversy during the SNL. She appeared on a game show in which Kenan Thompson forced its participants to acknowledge their nasty comments on social media. The character of Edebiri panics and admits, “Okay, I get it. It’s wrong to leave mean comments or post mean comments just for fame, or not to shut up on a podcast… You have to consider the impact, because you’re 24 and stupid.” .

Source: Rollingstone

You may also like

Hot News



Join our community of like-minded individuals and never miss out on important news and updates again.

follow us