Seducing Jennifer Lopez doesn't require flashing credit cards or Rolley bling. After all, her love don't cost a thing.
"She told me around the third or fourth inning that she was single," he says. "I had to get up and go re-adjust my thoughts. I went to the bathroom and got enough courage to send her a text."
"So I'm sitting there and he's walking back, and I get a text," Lopez continues. "It says…" She looks significantly at Rodriguez. "You can tell her!" he says. "'You look sexy AF,'" she tells me. They both laugh. "And then it took a turn," Lopez says. "The fire alarm went off, and we had to evacuate." I laugh, thinking she's being metaphorical. "No, really," she says. "The fire alarm went off!"
That sounds like a plot from a mid-2000s Jennifer Lopez romantic comedy or a move that'd get a millennial dater slapped, but it did the trick.
The top-selling Latina hit maker (that'd be J.Lo) and former New York Yankees player A-Rod have been going strong since February.
He's a lucky AF man, indeed.