A new story that claims to know "the truth" about whether Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are "having kids" together is entirely made-up. And it's coming from HollywoodLife, a site that has been known to publish fake news that often contradicts its previous articles. Gossip Cop can once again expose the inner workings of that fiction factory, which asserts it knows if they'll have babies and add to their family.
HollywoodLies, as it's also known, falsely maintains that it knows the "truth" about whether or not Lopez and Rodriguez plan to have kids together. In its latest fabricated story, the often discredited outlet alleges they're "satisfied with the amount of kids they each already have." After noting how the former baseball player and 48-year-old singer have a combined four children, ranging in age from 9 to 13, the blog begins its fibbing by asserting a "source close to Alex," tells the outlet, "They are not thinking of adding anyone to the family." "They both love each other's kids and that is all the extra family they need," continues the made-up insider.
This is all very interesting because one month ago the serial liars at that site published an article with a headline that maintained Lopez "would love to have more children" with Rodriguez. The blog then exclaimed, "Lopez has babies on the mind" and "wants to expand their happy, blended family!" In that equally untrustworthy report, the outlet once again quoted one of its seemingly made-up sources as saying, "Despite being in her late 40s, Jennifer has not ruled out having more children," noting than she even "took extra steps to secure the possibility of having more babies" at her age. The same almost assuredly fake insider further supposedly blathered how Lopez "would love to share [Rodriguez's] genes to make some babies."
So in mid-January, HollywoodLies wanted its readers to believe Lopez "would love to have more children," but just a few weeks later the couple is "satisfied with the amount of kids they each already have"? The outlet doesn't explain that blatant contradiction. And the reason appears to be that sometimes there are lies that even the most creative writers can't cover up. Of course, Gossip Cop has been repeatedly assured by both their camps that while years ago Lopez wanted more kids, she's not getting pregnant again, and no one close to her or Rodriguez is sharing any personal information with that habitually disproven site. (See the screenshots of the new article and January story below.)
Frankly, whether you believe a trusted source like Gossip Cop or their reps, it almost doesn't matter in this instance. HollywoodLife's track record of publishing fake news stands for itself. Remember, it's the same site that we busted debunked nearly a year ago in March 2017 when it falsely reported Lopez and Rodriguez had gotten "engaged." Even back then, when assuring Gossip Cop the claim was untrue, a source close to the singer publicly mocked HollywoodLies by saying, "Didn't she have his baby already?"
Irrespective of the site's history of churning out one phony story after another about Lopez and Rodriguez, Gossip Cop fact-checked with our beyond impeccable sources for the two. We're told in no uncertain terms that not a soul with any real access to Rodriguez and Lopez is talking to HollywoodLies. Additionally, Rodriguez's own rep laughed off the outlet's latest made-up article and reiterated that "nobody" in his world is speaking to that blog. That's "the truth"!
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.