Jennifer Lopez’s son encouraged her to talk about George Floyd


Jennifer Lopez shared the conversation she had with her children about the death of George Floyd.The singer and superstar actress took to Instagram on Sunday night to post images of the Black Lives Matter protest she attended in Los Angeles alongside her fiance, Alex Rodriguez. In the caption of Lopez’s post, she revealed that her 12-year-old children, Emme And Max, made the couple a sign to take with them to the demonstration.

“Max told me a few days ago, ‘you know Mom, since you have a sequel like some of my YouTuber players and they ask us to support things and we do, you should do it for George Floyd,'” Lopez recalled.  I said, ‘Funny that you’re saying this baby, I’m planning a few things. Do you want to help by making a sign? And they did!! »

Lopez, who shares twins with ex Marc Anthony, went on to explain the conversations she had with her children about social injustice.

“We talked about how if a person doesn’t have justice then no one does,” Lopez continued his message. “That this country was built on the belief of freedom and justice for all.”

“We must take a stand for what we believe in and fight injustices in this world,” she told her fans. “So we continue to protest peacefully until there is change.”Lopez also added the hashtags #BlackLivesMatter #GetLoud #CallingAllMamas #TeachThemYoung.

In images That Lopez posted on Instagram, fans can see her holding a sign that reads, “BLM #EnoughIsEnough.” While, Rodriguez, walking next to her, can be seen holding a sign that says, “Let’s be loud for Black Lives Matter,” seeming to allude to his 1999 hit love.

Rodriguez also took to Instagram to share images of their day of protest.

“Across our country, for almost two weeks, the message was sent loud and clear,” the former professional athlete wrote. “Everywhere, Americans are protesting for peace. For equality. For humanity. To show #BlackLivesMatter. To show that we are sickened, both by the senseless george Floyd was killed in Minneapolis and by the many brutal, useless, ugly murders that came before him.

“Los Angeles, we are proud to join you for a peaceful demonstration tonight. We are proud to walk with you and share the spread of such an important message,” continued Rodriguez. “Thank you for talking. Thank you for continuing to fight the good fight. Thank you for using your voices for good.

He added, “America: it’s time to listen.”


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