Jennifer Lopez’s first husband is suing the singer over claims that she’s getting ready to release a song about him.
Apparently, J. Lo was lying when she sang "love don’t cost a thing."
RadarOnline.com reports that Ojani Noa and his business partner, Ed Meyer, have filed suit against the "American Idol" judge for a song on her upcoming album titled "One Love."
"J.Lo’s new album Love?, out on Tuesday, contains the song "One Love," which violates the agreements between Ojani Noa and J.Lo," Ed explained to Radar Online. In case you forgot, Jennifer isn’t allowed to speak ill of her ex-husband, and this song is adding one more to the pile of his suits against her. "Any negative reference to Ojani Noa is prohibited by contract, and J. Lo would be in breach to Ojani Noa."
That’s not all: Ojani is getting ready to file a seperate civil suit against the singer as soon as Love? hits retailers. Ed said that is "to avoid prior restraint, which we are accusing J. Lo of in our case."
In case you forgot, Ojani is the ex-hubby who wanted to release a DVD about the diva, which was cut from home videos taken when the former couple was still married. J. Lo blocked the release, but Ojani is hoping that a Los Angeles judge will overturn that decision.