Jennifer Lopez has not rearranged her whole schedule so that she can keep an eye on Alex Rodriguez, despite a new tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct this story, which wrongly alleges that Lopez doesn't trust Rodriguez and that he's "milking her for the fame." We're told it's all untrue.
According to Star, Lopez is "covering her bases" after Rodriguez was allegedly caught "sexting another woman," and now she "won't let him out of her sight." To prove its claim, the publication points to Lopez accompanying Rodriguez to a sports memorabilia signing in Illinois on July 29. A so-called "spy" tells the tabloid, "Instead of cutting him loose, Jennifer is rearranging her entire schedule to accommodate Alex's so that she can watch him like a hawk."
The magazine's supposed source maintains that Lopez is "obsessed with [Rodriguez] and worried that he will slip through her hands if she doesn't stay close." The "spy" adds, "He loves all the attention dating J. Lo brings him." Then, after noting how he's recently signed deals with Fox Sports and "Good Morning America," the tabloid's tipster asserts, "He's clearly milking her for the fame."
Gossip Cop will address all the inaccuracies in the outlet's report. For starters, Lopez doesn't believe the tabloid reports about her boyfriend allegedly "sexting" with an ex-girlfriend. Of course, that makes the rest of the magazine's narrative moot. Still, she didn't join Rodriguez at a memorabilia show because she doesn't trust him. Lopez tagged along because they're in love and she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend. Additionally, the tabloid throws out that the singer and actress is "rearranging her entire schedule to accommodate Alex's," but not surprisingly it doesn't offer one example of Lopez changing her plans to follow Rodriguez.
As for the publication's assertion that Rodriguez is using Lopez and landed his two new broadcasting gigs because he's dating Lopez is absurd. Does anyone really believe that the only reason Fox Sports hired Rodriguez to call baseball games is because he has a famous girlfriend? How exactly does that attract viewers? The reason Rodriguez is now scoring broadcasting jobs has nothing to do with Lopez and everything to do with him having retired from baseball and being available now for TV opportunities.
Basically, Star's article is filled with inaccuracies. Regardless, Gossip Cop still checked in with a mutual friend of ours and Lopez's, and we're exclusively assured the tabloid's story is "BS."
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.