Interview with Jennifer Lopez that became viral 20 years after important messages

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There is one thing that can’t fight in celebritiesand it Internet sources:. There was their words and images, always to that the fact that sometimes the game is bad passes, but in other cases serves to confirm it obligations some ideas have long and not because they are out of fashion now.

This is evidenced by an interview that Jennifer Lopez admitted 20 years ago, and he remembered now, on account of Instagram. In it, singer and actress success, the link to the topic, which still remains in force, and in recent months it has started it is important to a social movement: in equality of rights.

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“I want to do history about a man… I want to say that we here in America but we are alone, there are many cultures and many people, why not chose you as the Director interview? Because you’re Asian… it’s funny… we could be you and I, we, you and I…” – he said in these words, JLo.

“I can’t believe this interview it was over 20 years ago and still continues to preserve today… we are All human… and that’s all. #EqualOpportunity 🌍 ✨ ❤ it’s amazing, ” wrote Jennifer Lopez along with the video.

Words, Jennifer Lopez reaffirms its commitment to the rights. The singer from the Bronx also showed political activity last 4th of July, Independence Day, with the publication in support of this initiative Michelle Obama #WhenWeAllVote that looking for what to write in the voter lists for voting the greatest number of citizens possible, avoiding, thus, that a significant part of the population do not Express themselves on the street, in the elections in November of this year.

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