Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez were skewered by followers who thought the $50,000 they donated to help Hurricane Harvey victims wasn't enough for the wealthy couple. But now fans are singing a different tune after they both stepped up in a major way to help Puerto Rico recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Maria.
On Sunday, Lopez joined a press conference held by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to raise awareness about the storm's impact and explain how she would be helping those affected in her parents' homeland.
The co-chair of the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico announced they're working with Dallas Mavericks basketball team owner Mark Cuban (who's also A-Rod's co-star on "Shark Tank") as well as player José Barea (who was born in Puerto Rico) to fill two team planes with emergency supplies for the island.
Lopez said they were "awaiting air clearance to depart, land, and unload these much needed supplies in San Juan."
J.Lo also announced she would be donating $1 million of the proceeds from her "All I Have" show in Las Vegas.
You can watch Lopez's $1 million announcement below.
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