Jennifer Lopez never caught Alex Rodriguez texting his former fling, fitness model Lauren Hunter, despite a false report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this story. It's based on bogus claims that we've already corrected.
Last week, Gossip Cop called out Life & Style for publishing a misleading report claiming that Rodriguez "cheated on" Lopez. The accompanying article, however, clarified that he only "cheated on" her by texting with Hunter, who he briefly dated several years ago. However, the former MLB star hasn't been in contact with the fitness model, so it's all baseless.
Unfortunately, NW is regurgitating the outlet's fabricated account of events. The magazine first notes that the tabloid's supposed source stated, "Someone went to Jennifer with new details that Alex was still texting with Lauren, and that's what made Jennifer lose it. He said it wasn't physical, but in Jennifer's book that's still cheating."
The unreliable tabloid then quotes its own alleged insider as saying that Lopez is "still on the fence" as to whether or not she wants to dump her boyfriend, but the singer may "cut her losses and walk away from the relationship." The publication further contends that Lopez is "heartbroken" over the (nonexistent) texts between Rodriguez and his ex.
The magazine's report is both recycled and based on lies. Rodriguez isn't in touch with Hunter, so Lopez isn't upset about an exchange that never occurred. As we've also repeatedly noted, the couple's relationship is going strong, despite various tabloids attempting to create drama between the two. Just last week, Lopez shared an Instagram video of her and Rodriguez kissing in celebration of Valentine's Day.
Unfortunately, the tabloids often use Rodriguez's history with Hunter as the basis for an untrue story surrounding his current relationship. Shortly after Life & Style published its report about the ex-Yankee allegedly texting the model, the magazine wrote a phony follow-up article about Drake being inspired to "win back" Lopez amid the "cheating scandal." Once again, there's no "cheating scandal."
Meanwhile, Gossip Cop later busted the tabloid's sister publication, In Touch, for making up a story about Lopez "questioning her future" with Rodriguez now that Hunter is supposedly back in the picture. She's not. The tabloids can keep trying to breathe life into this phony narrative, but that won't make it true.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.