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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez called it quits. Jose Canseco is not surprised

Despite many fans feeling saddened by the announcement, one person didn't find it shocking—Jose Canseco.

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez called it quits. Jose Canseco is not surprised

(FILES) In this file photo taken on June 3, 2019 CFDA Fashion Icon Award recipient US singer Jennifer Lopez and fiance former baseball pro Alex Rodriguez arrive for the 2019 CFDA fashion awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. - Jennifer Lopez and fiance Alex Rodriguez have broken up, calling off their two-year engagement, US media reported on March 12, 2021.

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On Friday, news broke that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have officially broken up and will no longer be walking down the aisle together.

It came as a surprise to many because they were seemingly a power couple. The pair were spotted together at President Joe Biden's inauguration, in which Lopez vibrantly performed "This Land Is Your Land" and "America the Beautiful". And in February, she posted a photo on her Instagram of them in the Dominican Republic.

However, with rumors that Rodriguez had cheated, it makes sense why things could have been destined to fall apart.


Despite many fans feeling saddened by the announcement, one person didn't find it shocking—Jose Canseco. Canseco notoriously has disdain for Rodriguez and has seemingly called him out for being unfaithful on numerous occasions.

Once the news came out about the split, Canseco immediately went to Twitter to comment on the situation.

"Well J lo and a rod broke up well I wonder who told you so the truth hurts," Canseco penned. "Next girl you see a rod with will be a 25 to 30-year-old hot fitness model the truth hurts."

He didn't have to go there.

But if things couldn't get any more disrespectful, Canseco tried to shoot his shot at a relationship with J-Lo.

"Hey Jennifer Lopez by the way I am single And I can be faithful," he said sharply.

Conseco's continued dislike for A-Rod seems to know no bounds as the breakup continues to unfold. I'm sure he'll have more negative things to say, although I hope he doesn't follow through.

What are your thoughts about Jose Canseco weighing in on Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez's break up?

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