Jennifer Lopez Says Wedding Video Was Taken “Without Permission”
Jennifer Lopez is clapping back at one of her wedding attendees that “sold” a video from her wedding ceremony. As many know, a video began circulating on Friday afternoon, featuring Lopez singing a song exclusive to the event. Since the video has gone public, Lopez has publicly acknowledged that they chose not to share their wedding with fans.
Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck Wedding Guest Sells Intimate Video
Fans recently got a first person point of view from Lopez and Affleck’s wedding ceremony, due to a viral video showing the dancer/singer performing a song for her husband. Within the video, Lopez is seen serenading Affleck with a never-before-heard song.
Soon after this clip was published on TMZ, Lopez has brought a full stop to the video’s fame, stating that it was sold “without permission.” She acknowledged that while she did publish some photos in her newsletter, she hoped to keep most details private. The singer was seen commenting on the clip of the event on social media.
“This was taken without our permission. Period. And whoever did it took advantage of our private moment,” Lopez wrote in the comment. “I don’t know where you all are getting it from bc we had ndas and asked everyone not share anything from our wedding. Anything I put out private is OnTheJLO and it’s ready to share with my fans. Which I will do when I am ready to.”
Since this was one of the largest weddings of the year, it’s no surprise that Bennifer had their guests sign NDAs upon arrival. Regardless of the NDAs in place, Lopez states that “this was stolen without our consent and sold for money.”
As many know, Affleck and Lopez‘s Georgia wedding was the second time they tied the knot. Originally, they were legally wed in Las Vegas during a surprise elopement. Since there were not many guests at that event, the couple decided to have an intimate ceremony on Affleck’s property.
At this time, Lopez has not revealed whether she will be taking this to court anytime soon. Due to the nature of the issue, it’s important to keep in mind that breaking an NDA could result in a lawsuit.