Meanwhile, Lopez previously opened up about her relationship with Diddy, admitting it was the biggest whirlwind.
During a December interview with “CBS Sunday Morning,” she said: “The Puffy era was just kind of a crazy, heightened time in my life. You know, Puffy and I both grew up in the Bronx. He had been in the music business and had all this success; I was just starting and making my first album when I met him. He became kind of a mentor to me in that moment. We had this kind of crazy, tumultuous relationship that ended in a bang. It was definitely a moment but I felt like it was necessary. He was meant to be in my life at that moment to teach me what I needed to know about the music business, [and] about what kind of artist I wanted to be in the music industry.”