xIn the middle of Pride month, “JLo” surprised everyone by introducing his 14-year-old daughter Emme Muñiz as “her”, during a presentation he had at the LA Dodgers Foundation Blue Diamond Gala.
“The last time we played together was in a big stadium like this and I ask you to sing with me all the time. So it’s a very special occasion,” the singer said.
The “Diva del Bronx” presented her daughter in a very affectionate way. “She’s very busy, reserved and caring, it’s expensive for me when she goes out, but she’s worth every penny as she’s my favorite direct partner of all time, so if you allow me,” he added.
It should be noted that those present were moved to see the artist with his daughterWell, it’s been a while since they’ve been on stage together.
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Before his sexual transformation, the actor had asked the press to call him “her”, although after announcing that he was a man, he chose to request that he be recognized as “he”.
The former Disney star came out as non-binarymeaning she doesn’t consider herself a woman or a man, so she asked her audience to be identified as “her”.
The actress was remembered for her role as ‘Diana de Gales’ in Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ recently revealed that he does not identify as either female or male, which made him change his pronouns in her.
Once, The actor confessed that he does not identify as either a man or a woman. “I barely identify as human,” he said. That’s why he asked to be recognized as “her”.