Jennifer Lopez had another diva moment at a New York video shoot. Could the single life be taking its toll on her?
Lopez, collaborating with the Bronx rapper on the video for his “Stressin',” had shoots in two different locations in the city.
The 45-year-old was shooting at the Griffin nightclub in the Meatpacking District before the production relocated to the Don Coqui Puerto Rican restaurant in the Bronx. But according to sources, the singer arrived so late to the first part of the shoot that production did not begin until an hour before it was scheduled to end.
“(Lopez) was supposed to show up at the Griffin at 9 a.m., but she didn’t arrive until 2 p.m.” an insider told Confidenti@l. “They were supposed to be at the Bronx location by 5 p.m., and they didn’t make it up there until 9 p.m.”
The source continued, “By the time they were at the Bronx location, Fat Joe was pretty mad. I don’t know if he was specifically mad about Jennifer, but the time crunch made everything more stressful.”
Confidenti@l’s source said shooting was scheduled to end at 10 p.m., but they weren’t done until 1:30 pm.
A rep for Lopez has declined to comment on the report.
This is not the first time Lopez has been accused of diva behavior.
Earlier this year, new “The View” host Rosie Perez wrote in her memoir “Handbook for an Unpredictable Life” that the dancers on “In Living Color” complained that JLo manipulated wardrobe and makeup people as well as the choreographer to her advantage.
Model Chrissy Teigen complained on Twitter last year about being backstage watching husband, John Legend, perform at a concert and getting hassled by Lopez’s security people, according to Confidenti@l.
“I love Jennifer Lopez, but as I am sitting watching John perform, I don’t need her people to lay down the JLo laws,” she tweeted. “I have never once been asked to leave an area for an artist’s supreme arrival.”