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Jennifer Lopez has defended her Motown performance at the Grammy Awards, after some people questioned why she'd been chosen for the tribute piece.

Though Robinson noted that Lopez has credibility "growing up in her Hispanic neighborhood", he said debating whether or not she's even qualified to sing Motown music is missing the point of Motown music.

People were already puzzled when news that J. Lo would be performing the tribute and by the time she took the stage, music fans were waiting to see if she would pull it off. Admonishing people to "stop hating", he said the critics should "get your perspective together and think about the hate you're spreading". "You are a sick person", Lopez responds through laughter.

Lopez and her boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez, recently completed an epic 10-day no carb, no sugar diet, and it turns out she tried the intense regimen for a reason.

"I don't think anyone who is intelligent is upset", he told Variety.

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Suggestions of having black performers like Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Patti Labelle, Jennifer Hudson, Tina Tuner or "practically anyone else" were lobbied to take Lopez's place. "Everybody... Who's stupid enough to protest Jennifer Lopez doing anything for Motown?". The tour will also feature the "World of Dance Experience", in which audiences will be treated to surprise dance guest performances by stars from her NBC dance show "World of Dance".

Well the problem is Smokey, sure everyone listened to Motown but the legacy of Motown gave a voice to the Black struggle. Motown was music for everybody.

I don't know how many of you caught the #Grammys last night, but one of the most controversial moments even days before the award show aired was the decision for @jlo to perform a 6 minute #Motown tribute. "My birthday's in July and so this summer I decided I wanted to do something big for my birthday since it is a big birthday", she shared.

Berry Gordy, who stood during Lopez's performance, founded Motown Records in 1959. "Everybody... I think anyone who is upset is stupid".