Several pop stars have declared their support for the #BlackLivesMatter movement recently, especially in light of the recent killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Well, Jennifer Lopez joined the list of personalities taking to Twitter to share her thoughts about the police killings in the USA, but she ended up going the other route.
She posted a picture with the caption, “#AllLivesMatter,” upsetting a large group of her fan base on the 12th of July.
The “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” songstress posted an image of her performing alongside Lin Manuel-Miranda at a concert held in memory of the victims of the Orlando shooting, but turned some of her followers off with the accompanying hashtag.
Soon after it went viral, she deleted the tweet, but not before screenshots of it began circulating. Needless to say, her followers went in on her with no remorse:
Needless to say, her followers went in on her with no remorse. Here are some of the tweets:
— WNA (@wordsbywanna) July 12, 2016
was it "all lives matter" when you shucking & jiving in your velour short set? @JLo
— khilo. (@khilogram) July 12, 2016
I guess @JLo forgot how unsweet history is between Puerto Rico and the United States. But you're right, "all lives matter".
— Awko Taco (@Mellydoee) July 12, 2016
— M (@mgarayy) July 12, 2016
Not sure what's more pathetic, @JLo deleting her All Lives Matter tweet or the people getting butthurt that she sent it to begin with.
— Chad (@CBTR4110) July 13, 2016