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Jennfier Lopez refuses to accept Ben Affleck’s unfair demands

Jennifer Lopez refused to accept her husband Ben Affleck’s “unfair demands” after they reconciled their romance almost 20 years after calling off their engagement in 2003.

The Can’t Get Enough singer and the Argo actor reunited with each other in 2021 and Affleck was very skeptical of media’s interference in their lives, which made them part ways 20 years ago.In J.Lo’s new documentary The Greatest Love Story Never Told, Affleck admits he made an unfair demand to Lopez to flaunt their romance on social media.

However, he claimed that he later realized he should not have asked the singer-actor to not debut their relationship on her socials, which plays an important role in today’s age.

Ben Affleck

“Getting back together, I said, ‘Listen, one of the things I don’t want is a relationship on social media,’” the Air director revealed.

He added, “Then I sort of realized it’s not a fair thing to ask. It’s sort of like, you’re gonna marry a boat captain and you go, ‘Well, I don’t like the water. We’re just two people with different kinds of approaches trying to learn to compromise,” he said somewhere in the documentary.

Lopez, on the other hand, understands her husband’s reservation about showing off their romance publically and how uncomfortable he is in the spotlight.

“I don’t think [Ben] is very comfortable with me doing all of this,” she said. “But he loves me, he knows I’m an artist, and he’s gonna support me in every way he can because he knows you can’t stop me from making the music I made… he doesn’t want to stop me. But that doesn’t mean he’s comfortable being the muse

Source: People

In other news – Pope Francis recovering after mild flu: Cardinal

Pope Francis canceled his appointments on Monday for the second time in three days because he has mild flu, but a top cardinal said the 87-year-old pontiff was already making a full recovery.

Pope Francis

Francis was forced to skip meetings on Saturday and although he appeared in public on Sunday to deliver his weekly Angelus message, the Vatican said his audiences on Monday had been suspended as a precaution. Mild flu-like symptoms persist, with no fever,” a Vatican statement said. Read more

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