Jennifer Lopez flipped out after not being seated in the VIP section at a Los Angeles restaurant, according to a tabloid report. While it's alleged she was "served a big dish of diss," this is actually an instance bad dish. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the bogus story.
According to Star, Lopez "enjoyed a little whine with dinner after a dumb waiter failed to seat her in the VIP section of Hollywood's trendy Tower Bar," which is located at the famed Sunset Tower Hotel. The gossip magazine claims the superstar "sauntered in sans the fancy frocks usually favored by famished guests, instead wearing workout gear for a business dinner, and was aghast when they stuck her with the peasants on the patio." A so-called "spy" is quoted as saying, "The patio at Tower is not the place for anyone who's anyone to be seen."
Consequently, alleges the outlet, "Jen and her two male companions looked uncomfortable," and so "she ordered them to demand a proper table." The supposed source contends, "After something of a commotion, Jen was suddenly ushered indoors to a properly prominent seat." Notably, the purported "commotion" isn't described. More tellingly, no date is given for this alleged incident.
But here's the biggest red flag of all: Tower Bar doesn't even have a VIP section, the reservations manager confirms to Gossip Cop. That busts the entire premise of the publication's tall tale. It makes little sense to claim Lopez wasn't seated in the VIP section and threw a fit until she was moved there when such a section doesn't even exist at the establishment. A Lopez contact also maintains these allegations are "not true." And as photos of Lopez show, she has no problem spending time on the venue's patio.
It's worth remembering Star has a rather horrible track record when it comes to accurately reporting on the songstress. Most recently, just two weeks ago, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for falsely speculating Lopez was in the hospital. It was a rather serious claim to get wrong. Shortly before that, there was a made-up story about the performer having a "miracle" baby with Alex Rodriguez at the age of 48.
That manufactured narrative came after the magazine spent the fall spreading untrue claims about the couple having relationship problems. It seems the only problems lie with the outlet itself, and given the volume of false articles the publication prints about her, Gossip Cop wouldn't blame Lopez if she flipped out about that.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.