Which burns extra: these inked-on flames or Jennifer Lopez’s scorching criticism?
Following J.Lo’s reunion with former fiancé Ben Affleck, followers are resurfacing a 2016 interview throughout which she slammed his notorious back tattoo of a phoenix rising from flames.
“It’s terrible!” Lopez said on “Watch What Happens Live” on the time, when requested about her then-former flame’s flaming design.
“And I might inform him that,” she added. “What are you doing? It has too many colours! His tattoos all the time have too many colours. They shouldn’t be so colourful, what I imply? They need to be, like, cooler.”
Affleck debuted the much-maligned ink again in 2015, amid his split from ex-wife Jennifer Garner. Whereas he first fibbed that it was fake, he’s since defended the ink, acknowledging that the general public response was “not a lot constructive.”
“It represents one thing crucial to me. It’s significant to me,” he stated on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present” in 2019. “I prefer it. It’s one thing that I form of stored personal … I like my tattoo. I’m very proud of it.”
With Lopez, 52, and Affleck, 48, rekindling their romance this spring — and even going Instagram-official during her birthday trip this weekend — followers are questioning whether or not Affleck will be part of stars like Pete Davidson in searching for out tattoo elimination providers.
“JLo goes to get Ben Affleck to take away that again tattoo of his. I’m blissful for him,” tweeted one.
Added one other, “I wager JLo makes Ben hold his shirt on always, she doesn’t have the persistence for that trash tattoo.”
Affleck did seem to maintain his T-shirt on throughout their PDA-packed Saint-Tropez getaway, however that didn’t maintain him again from recreating a sexy scene from Lopez’s “Jenny From the Block” video by getting in for a booty seize.
It appears the “Dinero” singer has discovered a method to look previous Affleck’s physique artwork, as she even paid tribute to her on-again beau by wearing a “Ben” necklace in Monaco on Monday.
But when she chooses to criticize his again tattoo once more, many stars would definitely have her again.
Garner, to whom the actor was married from 2005 to 2015, expressed her disapproval of his big tattoo in 2016, telling Vanity Fair, “ what we might say in my hometown about that? ‘Bless his coronary heart.’”
Continued the 49-year-old actress, “A phoenix rising from the ashes. Am I the ashes on this state of affairs? I take umbrage. I refuse to be the ashes.”
Even Affleck’s greatest good friend Matt Damon — who lately expressed excitement over Bennifer’s reunion — has publicly poked enjoyable on the ink, though he did jokingly admit, “It’s not one man’s job to inform one other man what he can do to his again.”