Jennifer Lopez sounded off after footage of her serenading new hubby Ben Affleck at their three-day wedding extravaganza was leaked — with the irritated pop star saying the video was “taken without permission.”
The “Let’s Get Loud” singer, 53, took to Instagram to vent her frustration after the clip, originally obtained by TMZ on Friday, ended up on a Lopez fan page on the social media app, according to Business Insider.
“This was taken without permission. Period. And whoever did it took advantage of our private moment,” Lopez wrote in a since-deleted post.
The page, @jlow0rld, reportedly took down the video and then shared Lopez’s comment where she complained that the footage had been “stolen without our consent and sold for money.”
JLo also revealed guests were required to sign non-disclosure agreements when attending the couple’s celebration last weekend at Affleck’s Georgia estate.
“I don’t know where you all are getting it from (because) we had NDAs and asked everyone to not share anything from our wedding,” she wrote. “That is our choice to share.”
The “Hustlers” actress said anything she chooses to share from the nuptials would be released through her newsletter, On The JLO, when she is ready.
The offending video showed Lopez performing a song and dance for Affleck, 50, who she married in a spontaneous Las Vegas wedding in July before the weekend-long celebration.
The “On the Floor” singer even had the help of backup dancers as her new husband gazed lovingly while she performed an unreleased song, Billboard reported.
The couple jetted off to Italy for a second honeymoon days after the lavish bash.
The two rekindled their romance in 2021 after breaking up almost two decades earlier.