Since Jennifer Lopez & Alex Rodriguez had such an abrupt end to their wedding, it seems like they won’t be in business with each other for long either. While it truly is sad that the couple had to go through a break-up to end a long relationship, what’s good is that they didn’t end up buying the New York Metts.
J Lopez & Alex had been dating since 2017, where Alex popped the question & gave the ring to Jennifer in 2019. They’d been planning a lavish wedding to take place sometime in 2020, but after the COVID-19 global pandemic made it impossible to have large gatherings, their plans of marriage ended up disappearing into thin air. While the causes are speculative, it is alleged that Alex cheated on Jennifer.
A source revealed Page Sixx in an exclusive that teams of lawyers & business managers have been constantly analyzing the joint property that Jennifer & Alex had together in order to figure out how all of it can be split in a reasonable manner. The source revealed:
There have been frantic meetings at A.Rod Corp in the past few days about how to divide their assets. Jennifer and Alex were in business together on many business projects and real estate deals. They were not yet married, so it is less complicated, and they both have a lot of wealth, and equally put in their own money into numerous ventures.
J-Rod’s business ventures include their lifestyle brand & self-care company Him & Hers as well as a sponsorship with Fitplan, where they both collaborated. The real mammoth of a joint investment that they have together is all of the real estate. Owning properties across New York & Miami, they couple owns a giant mansion in Miami’s star-island which reportedly costs $33 million. A different source revealed:
Everyone who works on the business side for the couple is mostly saying, ‘Thank god they didn’t buy the Mets’. Even though the deal would have seen Alex and Jennifer putting in their own separate investments, it would have been a huge mess to get out of it.
While both of the longtime partners are going their different ways now, let’s see where that takes them.