In all fairness, Jennifer Lopez is a dynamic entertainer who we love to watch perform, but she’s not quite the act we want to see during a Motown tribute.
J. Lo will hit the stage to honor the legendary label’s 60th anniversary and give a glimpse of what we can expect from the full “Motown 60: A Grammy Celebration,” which will take place at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater on Feb. 12 and air April 21 on CBS, Rap-Up reports.
We don’t have much information about the tribute or who else will be involved, but we know Black Twitter ain’t feeling it. Keep scrolling to see their reactions:
Liam Neeson wants to kill innocent random black men, the Virginia Governor loves black face and now The Grammys have JLo singing a Motown tribute.. #Happyblackhistorymonth— Loni Love (@LoniLove) February 5, 2019
J. Lo???? Doing a MOTOWN tribute???? pic.twitter.com/pWYzoyyD2J— Benton Tarantella 😷 (@dvrkangelkvi) February 5, 2019
I love JLo she’s da bomb but Motown tribute??¿?¿ pic.twitter.com/k0jdtSYxIK— 🍷 (@nvmsho) February 5, 2019
Grammys having Jlo do a motown tribute???! pic.twitter.com/hRRtyYDuGn— Monroe Hutchens (@Supermari64) February 5, 2019
jlo is going to perform a motown tribute at the grammys during black history month. it’s only been 5 days and it’s already a shit show. pic.twitter.com/iHNXIDUfMl— E. (@edwinisking) February 5, 2019
jlo is really about to perform a tribute to motown at the grammys... https://t.co/fQYLNVfYTL— EFRAIN (@TUENEMIGOEFRAIN) February 6, 2019