J-Lo Allegedly Begs Affleck To ‘Come Back’ At…

It has come to light via Radar Online that Jennifer Lopez attended a high school graduation bash for Ben Affleck’s oldest daughter. However, reports suggest that the gesture was a selfish attempt to convince her estranged husband to take her back.



The outlet reported that the aging superstar – who recently canceled her summer tour amid lackluster ticket sales and a lukewarm reception for her album This Is Me … Now – fears the only thing that keeping her relevant is her marriage to the Oscar-winning filmmaker.

It has come to light that J-Lo brazenly used her appearance at 18-year-old Violet Affleck’s celebration to convince her unhappy hubby to salvage their two-year marriage – and her professional future.

“She’s terrified her career is over,” one insider tattled.

Last month, the diva stated that she was “heartsick” over abruptly axing her concerts, but claimed the move was “necessary.” Lopez also shared her intention to spend more time with her “children, family and close friends.”

But the insider revealed that no one was buying her act – especially Ben, who recently moved out of their love nest.

“It’s pretty clear she’s just trying to save face by putting the blame on her personal life,” the insider huffed. “When she showed up at the grad party and turned it into a photo op, Ben saw right through her.”

“He sent her packing after only an hour,” the source continued. “He’s furious she used the occasion for her own self-involved motives.”

The outlet’s insider has also revealed that Affleck left the Beverly Hills mansion he shared with the Hustlers hottie – and her 16-year-old twins, Emme and Max, whose dad is singer Marc Anthony – in April and moved into a Brentwood rental near his ex-wife, Jennifer Garner – the 52-year-old mother of his kids, Violet, Fin, 15, and Samuel, 12.

“He’s told everyone marrying her was a mistake because they’re just too different!” the source said.

The insider added that J.Lo “promoted the heck” out of the pair’s second chance romance after their doomed 2004 engagement and dished, “To have it end in divorce isn’t just personally painful. It’s terrible from a marketing standpoint, too!”


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