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Is Jennifer Lopez Moving In With Manager Benny Medina? The Two Purchase L.A. Home

WESTWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 08:  Celebrity agent Benny Medina, actress/singer Jennifer Lopez and CEO of Paramount Pictures Brad Grey arrive at the premiere of Paramount's "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" held at Mann's Village Theatre on Decemeber 8, 2008 in Westwood, California.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

WESTWOOD, CA - DECEMBER 08: Celebrity agent Benny Medina, actress/singer Jennifer Lopez and CEO of Paramount Pictures Brad Grey arrive at the premiere of Paramount's "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" held at Mann's Village Theatre on Decemeber 8, 2008 in Westwood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)  (2008 Getty Images)

Jennifer Lopez has an interesting approach to work, life balance.

The 43-year-old mogul may be moving in with her longtime manager, Benny Medina.

According to Life & Style, the two recently bought a mansion together in West Hollywood.

“They are like family, so investing together and living together is natural to them,” a source close to the longtime business partners told the magazine.

“They plan to divide up the space evenly,” the sourced added. “Jennifer and her kids will be living on one side and Benny on the other.”

The website Gossip Cop, however, discounted reports the two were moving in together. Lopez’s reps interviewed by the website laughed at the report, saying it was “not true.”

Medina has been an instrumental part of Lopez’s rise to the top since he helped launch her music career in 1999.

While the two had a falling out in 2003, they reunited five years later and Medina not only returned as her manager but also became the godfather to Lopez’s 5-year-old twins, Max and Emma, with her ex-husband Marc Anthony.

Following her divorce last year, Medina spoke out saying he wanted Lopez, who has been with her 25-year-old boyfriend Casper Smart since 2011, to change her dating habits.

“The thing that I always sort of wished is that she would give herself time to just naturally meet someone, instead of having obsessive guys pursue her,” Medina revealed in the April 2012 issue of Vogue. “The ease with which that obsession becomes a relationship I think sometimes works against her ability to have a real meaningful relationship."

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