In all fairness, Jennifer Lopez is a dynamic entertainer who we love to watch perform, but she’s not quite the act we want to see during a Motown tribute.
J. Lo will hit the stage to honor the legendary label’s 60th anniversary and give a glimpse of what we can expect from the full “Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration,” which will take place at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater on Feb. 12 and air April 21 on CBS, Rap-Up reports.
We don’t have much information about the tribute or who else will be involved, but we know Black Twitter ain’t feeling it. Keep scrolling to see their reactions:
We Love J. Lo, And She’s A Great Performer But Not For The Grammys’ Motown Tribute was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
Liam Neeson wants to kill innocent random black men, the Virginia Governor loves black face and now The Grammys have JLo singing a Motown tribute.. #Happyblackhistorymonth— Loni Love (@LoniLove) February 5, 2019
J. Lo???? Doing a MOTOWN tribute???? pic.twitter.com/pWYzoyyD2J— Benton Tarantella 😷 (@dvrkangelkvi) February 5, 2019
I love JLo she’s da bomb but Motown tribute??¿?¿ pic.twitter.com/k0jdtSYxIK— 🍷 (@nvmsho) February 5, 2019
Grammys having Jlo do a motown tribute???! pic.twitter.com/hRRtyYDuGn— Orin Kashiki (@Supermari64) February 5, 2019
jlo is going to perform a motown tribute at the grammys during black history month. it’s only been 5 days and it’s already a shit show. pic.twitter.com/iHNXIDUfMl— E. (@edwinisking) February 5, 2019
jlo is really about to perform a tribute to motown at the grammys... https://t.co/fQYLNVfYTL— EFRAIN (@TUENEMIGOEFRAIN) February 6, 2019