Jennifer Lopez Lawsuit: Diva Sued Over Hoverboards Used In Vegas Show

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Jennifer Lopez has been sued over the hoverboards her dancers use as part of her Las Vegas show. This is what happened. Reuters

Jennifer Lopez is in trouble for allegedly breaching the clauses of a contract she holds with hoverboard manufacturer Sidekick, after their product became part of her show in Las Vegas.

The Bronx Diva signed a contract to promote the famous hoverboards on her Instagram and Twitter, as an exchange for her to have customized hoverboards to be used at her show "All I Have" in Las Vegas, as reported by Gizmodo

Lopez released a tweet about it on May 26, 2016, along with a video of her dancers acting on board while she sang her popular hit  "Love Don’t Cost a Thing" among others.

"The dancers of #AllIHave giving everything in their @SideKickWheels," Lopez wrote on Twitter with a link to the site of the company that manufactures said electric tables.

The company is suing her by saying that according to their legal agreement, Lopez had to publish a message about hoverboards at least once every three months on Twitter or Instagram, and she only did it once.

The lawsuit filed against the singer and actress claims that the hoverboards were sold at $1,295 each at that time, and because of this, the plaintiffs are seeking damages estimated at $54,390, or the value of 42 hoverboards.

"All I Have" takes place at The AXIS auditorium located in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.  The residency was officially confirmed in May 2015 and began on Jannuary 20, 2016.

Lopez is currently working on her new albums, one in Spanish, another one in English. Recently, she posted a video while in studio alongside artist and producer Skrillex. It seems JLo is really getting ready for the summer. 

 

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