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Alex Rodriguez Has NOT Picked Out “$3 Million Engagement Ring” For Jennifer Lopez, Despite Report

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Alex Rodriguez Jennifer Lopez Engagement Ring

By Andrew Shuster |

Alex Rodriguez Jennifer Lopez Engagement Ring

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Alex Rodriguez has not picked out a $3 million engagement ring for Jennifer Lopez, despite a false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this claim. We’re told the former MLB star hasn’t purchased a rock for his girlfriend just yet.

According to Life & Style, Rodriguez is finalizing plans to pop the question to his girlfriend of nearly one year, and he’s already got the proposal mapped out. A so-called “source” tells the magazine, “A-Rod dropped $3 million on a custom 15-carat diamond engagement ring. He knows her style. Big stone, lots of little bling on the band.”

The outlet’s dubious insider goes on to say that Rodriguez is considering taking Lopez on a surprise trip to Paris, “so he could get down on one knee and pop the question there.” The seemingly phony source continues, “He didn’t have to do it, but A-Rod asked Jen’s mom [Guadalupe] and dad [David] for permission to marry their daughter. Of course, they said yes.”

The alleged insider adds, “A-Rod wants a nice, quiet proposal, but they both agree their wedding is going to be a huge, blowout affair.” But Gossip Cop is told by a source close to the former Yankee that he hasn’t purchased an engagement ring, let alone one that costs $3 million. It should be noted, Lopez and Rodriguez celebrated Christmas together with their families in Miami, so their relationship is obviously getting serious. It seems entirely possible that the couple will get engaged at some point in the near future, but the tabloid’s account of events is simply made-up.

Also, Life & Style is the same unreliable tabloid that Gossip Cop busted earlier this year for wrongly reporting that Lopez was pregnant with Rodriguez’s baby. Less than two months later, the disreputable magazine forgot all about that fabrication and claimed Lopez was getting “cold feet” over marrying Rodriguez. The publication can’t seem to keep its narratives straight, but they’re all consistently inaccurate.


 


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