It’s been more than 10 years since Jennifer Lopez and Sean “Diddy” Combs dominated charts and red carpets as Hollywood’s hottest couple.
And now the former lovers have crossed paths again—as they challenged each other for control of the cable TV network Fuse!
According to a new report, NuvoTV—an English-language channel, for which the American Idol serves as a minority owner and chief creative officer—has reached an agreement with Fuse’s current owner, the Madison Square Garden Company, to take over the network.
The offer was accepted shortly after her ex placed a $200 million bid for the network in hopes of expanding his brand and media empire—which includes his video channel, Revolt.
Jennifer’s NuvoTV placed a slightly higher bid to win the channel.
In 2001, the couple called it quits after more than two years together. And despite splitting more than a decade ago, the two haven’t exactly been on the best of terms, even though he said he it’s cool with J. Lo—and he’s even pals with her current beau, Casper Smart.
“We all get along, we have picnics,” he told Extra last year. “It’s all good!”
Although it would appear the 44-year-old songstress missed the memo.
When asked who she’d save if Diddy and ex Ben Affleck were both floating in the middle of the ocean, and she could only save one, she said, “I’d let both those motherf--kers drown!”
Well, she’s definitely not helping his career stay afloat!