New York, Feb 17: Choreographer Rosie Perez has slammed Jennifer Lopez in her new memoir, calling the latter a "Ghetto Biatch" who she met in New York in 1991 at an open casting call for the sketch-comedy show 'In Living Color'.
According to the New York Post, Perez wrote in 'Handbook for an Unpredictable Life' that the 'On the Floor Dancer' hit maker did not get along well with her fellow dancers and they were complaining how she was manipulating wardrobe, makeup, and her, all to her advantage.
Perez, 49, said that Lopez had simply dismissed the claims saying that the girls were just jealous of her and then she dropped her "sweet girl act" and "went off" on Perez like "some ghetto biatch, screaming and pounding her chest."
Perez claimed that Lopez had shouted at her that she only picked on her every f**king day and that even though she worked her ass off, deliver, Perez kept pushing her aside and treating her like s**t.
Perez added that Lopez believed that she was good and better than any of the other girls. (ANI)