Jennifer Lopez has fought and won several court cases prohibiting Noa from releasing home videos of her, so Vazquez is fighting back.
“I’m just me and I’m defending my career, my life. It isn’t fair that Jennifer Lopez has all the money in the world. If Ojani is not important in her life, why would she waste so much money and time doing this? She [Lopez] is affecting my life, she is affecting my company, she’s affecting my work and mostly, my kids.”
Vazquez told RadarOnline she’s only concerned with showcasing Noa’s struggle as a Cuban immigrant to the United States and feels making the motion picture would be a positive voice for the Latino community.