Jennifer Lopez recreates the iconic ‘Love Don’t Cost a Thing’ music video and challenged fans to do that same. Unfortunately, many fans were confused by what Lopez wanted them to recreate and called it tone-deaf
Jennifer Lopez is paying tribute to one of her biggest hits by stripping off in a new Instagram video.
The singer posted footage of herself recreating a scene from the “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” music promo on Jan. 23, 2021, to mark the release of her second album, J.Lo.
“Happy 20th Anniversary to my 2nd album J.Lo!!!! Had a little fun at a recent shoot #Throwback #LoveDontCostAThing #JLO20thAnniversary,” she wrote on social media, along with a video of herself recreating her tossing off items of clothing as she sang along to the hit.
She added, “As I reflect on the fact that it’s the #JLo20thAnniversary, I just wanted to say thank you to all of you for being with me, loving me and supporting me through all the ups and downs. Thank you so much for all the love over the past 20 years!! I love you so much!!”
She then invited fans to join in on the fun, adding, “The #LoveDontCostAThingChallenge STARTS NOW !!!!” she tweeted. “Can’t wait to see your renditions.”
Unfortunately, many fans were confused by what Lopez wanted them to recreate.
“We are in a [pandemic], still haven’t gotten our second [stimulus package] & you want us to go out & throw our shit away in the sand?!?” asked one person.
Another added: “Jlo we supposed to throw our valuables on the beach? Is the challenge to find it after we throw it bc we can’t afford to replace it?!? What is the instructions?!?!?????”
“What’s the challenge here?” asked another fan, while others questioned the appropriateness of Lopez recreating the video during the pandemic.
“Maam this is tone deaf,” wrote one person. “Can’t nobody afford to be throwing their stuff on the beach.”
“Love Don’t Cost a Thing” was the launch single for Lopez’s second album, which was named after, and introduced to the world, her famous moniker JLo.
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