Jennifer Lopez claimed that the footage of her serenading Ben Affleck during her wedding was recorded without their consent.
Jennifer Lopez has claimed that their consent was not given for a well-known video from her wedding to Ben Affleck, which showed her serenading the actor with an unknown tune. The performer also disclosed that everyone who attended the couple’s three-day wedding party in Georgia earlier this month had signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), which was reportedly broken when the footage was allegedly stolen and sold for cash.
A video from Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s wedding recently shared by TMZ featured her singing to her husband who sat in a chair directly across from her. The singer-actor also held the mic out to the guests to have them join her as she sang, “Can’t get enough.” Jennifer was also surrounded by backup dancers as she sang, “All night…I can feel the passion…in your eyes…I’m still in love with you.”
The video soon made it to fan pages on social media platforms. Commenting on a post on one of the fan pages on Instagram, Jennifer mentioned that the video was ‘stolen’ without her consent. The fan page deleted the video and shared a screenshot of Jennifer’s comment in a post.
Jennifer said in the comment, “This was taken without permission. Period. Whoever did it took advantage of our private moment. I don’t know where you all are getting it from because we had NDAs and asked everyone not to share anything from our wedding. That is our choice to share.”
Added she, “Anything I make public in private is OnTheJLo and is for my fans to see.
which I’ll carry out once I’m ready. Without our permission, this was taken and then sold for cash. I appreciate your concern and I adore you guys.” It was said in the post that Jennifer also found it appealing.
On July 17, Jennifer and Ben exchanged vows in a small ceremony in Las Vegas. At a grandiose wedding ceremony earlier this month at Ben’s house in Georgia, they said their vows once more in front of loved ones.