J.Lo: Jennifer Lopez uses her Super Bowl performance to make a statement about Latinos

Jennifer Lopez is equipping to perform at Joe Biden’s official introduction on Jan. 20, close by craftsmen including Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga and Justin Timberlake. Furthermore, the 51-year-old can’t resist the urge to consider it to be a round trip second subsequent to utilizing her Super Bowl LIV execution to send a significant message, she says, about the condition of the nation.

Famous singer Lady Gaga is scheduled to sing the national anthem at the ceremony where Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States. Jennifer Lopez is also among the names that will perform at the oath ceremony.

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“It was super important to me, knowing that I was going to have such a big stage, a big audience, to really say some things about what was going on in this country with Latinos: people in cages, and moms and daughters being ripped apart from one another,” she told Elle about the February 2020 performance. “The idea of using the song “Let’s Get Loud” [was about] never staying quiet and always using your voice against any injustices in this world. I feel like sometimes people act like it’s not our country, too.”

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As one of the soonest Latin specialists to acquire reputation all through the United States — and the world — for her music, Lopez feels a specific duty to speak to the Latinx people group all through the nation. She even shared that it’s occasionally important to remind individuals that she and her family, from Puerto Rico, are residents, as well.

“It was critical to me to place in “Brought into the world in the U.S.A.” and have my little girl sing it, since she was [born here] and I was, as well,” she clarified. “My mother came here. She was not brought into the world here; she was brought into the world in Puerto Rico, and [my parents] moved to New York. We are glad Puerto Ricans and Latinos, yet we’re pleased Americans, as well.”

Lopez proceeded to state, “I never demonstrated a portion of the things that we planned to do until the latest possible time, in light of the fact that [I] didn’t need anyone to reveal to me that I was unable to do it.” Since that presentation, notwithstanding, she’s gotten more straightforward about her political position — particularly not long before November’s political decision.

“I’ve told each and every individual who works around me, all my family, ‘Don’t converse with me in the event that you haven’t casted a ballot,'” she shared. “The world right presently is so confounding to me, since I feel like we as a whole realize that things need to change. It doesn’t make a difference in case you’re Republican or Democrat, in case you’re taking a gander at the world at this moment, you realize that we can improve — you realize that. We can’t remain with this organization, we just can’t. It’s the meaning of madness.”

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