"J. Lo better not salsa her way to the cookout because she is uninvited for that bad performance", preacher Jared Sawyer Jr. tweeted on Sunday. Huffington Post editor Phillip Lewis posted, "I'll never understand why they didn't choose someone Black for a MOTOWN tribute".
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What say you readers, you riding with Smokey on this one? He added, "Motown was music for everybody".
Turns out that Lopez had both critics and supporters afterward and Robinson tweeted her a thanks.
"Grammy failed on the Motown tribute #GRAMMYs".
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Lopez continued, while getting emotional, "Any type of music can inspire any type of artist ..." The tour will also feature the "World of Dance Experience", in which audiences will be treated to surprise dance guest performances by stars from her NBC dance show "World of Dance". "Singing up there with Smokey Robinson, like, I gotta pinch myself".
Ne-Yo and Jennifer Lopez perform onstage during the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. However, if you ask a mid-60's black dude from Detroit, they may not agree, and that seems to be the general consensus on Twitter. She slid into Gordy's own "Money (That's What I Want") and finished with the Contours' "Do You Love Me", even throwing in a tease of Jackson 5's "ABC".
Motown's reputation for diversity and inclusion is a source of pride for the musician he explains, so the discussion surrounding Jennifer's performance is upsetting. "A little bit! Like, you don't even have to come out here, you have the baby, how's the baby?'" she said. You don't have to take every job.
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