Fraud Alert: Jennifer “Jenny From The Block” Lopez Bronx Appearance In New Fiat Car Commercial Was Totally Fugazi!!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Bangers, Behind the Scenes, Celeb Association

Exactly what “block” were you referring to? La Brea and Santa Monica??

Forget “Jenny from the Block.” She wasn’t even in the same time zone!

A new Fiat commercial featuring Jennifer Lopez tooling around The Bronx in a subcompact car and talking about how the neighborhood “inspired” her uses a body double for scenes filmed in New York City — because the real diva never left the West Coast.

“Her portion was filmed in Los Angeles,” J.Lo’s spokesman, Mark Young, confirmed to The Post yesterday. “I don’t see a problem. There are many cases where films are done the same way.”

Fiat spokeswoman Diana Gutierrez added, “We took the opportunity to film wherever Ms. Lopez was working at the time to accommodate her schedule . . . One does not need to be in a specific location to be inspired or continue to be inspired.”

Yeah, ok…

So while the Lopez lookalike was behind the wheel for scenes filmed in The Bronx last summer, the real J.Lo stayed in Los Angeles.

She was filmed inside the tiny Fiat 500 pretending to drink in the sights of her old ’hood. In the ad, Lopez tells prospective Fiat purchasers, “This is my world. This place inspires me.” She then adds, “They may be just streets to you, but to me, they’re a playground.”

Ah, bish please. You’re fake as a four dollar bill. SMH!


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