Jennifer Lopez defined her mom as a ‘complicated’ character in documentary ‘Halftime’
Global sensation Jennifer Lopez spread out on her complex relationship with her mother, Guadalupe ‘Lupe’ Rodriguez, in her ultra-modern launched Netflix documentary Halftime.

The On The Floor singer, fifty two, claimed that her mom used to ‘beat’ her when she changed into a toddler, leaving fans in shock.

“She [Rodriguez] did what she had to do to live to tell the tale, and it made her robust, however it also made her hard. She beat the [explicit] out of you,” stated J.Lo.

The Marry Me actress had a strained courting along with her mum for the duration of the her career’s adolescence. Due to their ordinary clashes, J.Lo left her circle of relatives at the age of 18 and pursuit her career in track and performing.

Meanwhile, Rodriquez, seventy six, also admitted that she become difficult on Lopez and her two sisters, Leslie and Lynda. The matriarch — who immigrated from Puerto Rico — raised her three daughters inside the Bronx along her husband David, whom she divorced once the girls had been grown up.

“I usually had the highest expectations of them. It wasn’t to be essential. It turned into simplest to expose you that you could do better,” Rodriguez is visible pronouncing in the movie. “Jennifer, she gave me the hardest time, to tell you the truth. We butted heads lots.”

The Maid in Manhattan star confessed that she wasn’t focused on her school work, saying she turned into distracted by means of dancing — something that precipitated tension between the mother and daughter.

“My mom was like, ‘If you’re gonna stay in this house, you’re gonna get your schooling,’” Lopez recalled. “We were given into a terrible fight one night and I just left.”

Halftime offers lovers an internal look at Lopez’s careers usaand downs. The Netflix documentary changed into released on June 8.

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