Jennifer Lopez brought her daughter on stage for an incredible performance at the Super Bowl halftime show.
And some fans are convinced that they took a rather public dig at Trump’s America at the same time.
J-Lo was joined by her 11-year-old daughter Emme, who she shares with ex-husband Marc Anthony, and they belted out Born In The USA together, while J-Lo proudly waved a Puerto Rico flag.
The singer, 50, was born in The Bronx, New York City, to Puerto Rican parents, and is incredibly proud of her Latino heritage.
Some people tuning into the halftime show felt her waving the flag while singing the Bruce Springsteen hit was a swipe at President Donald Trump.
One said on Twitter: “Best part of the Halftime Show was the little jab at Trumpers when J-Lo’s daughter was singing Born in the USA and they were holding up the Puerto Rico flag. Just perfect!! 10/10”
Another posted: “Interesting shade by J-Lo and her daughter as they sang Born in The USA while J-Lo was draped in a Puerto Rico flag. Great way to rep!”
Most people were simply delighted to see Emme on stage with her mum at the prestigious event.
One wrote: “Well, J-Lo and Shakira absolutely slayed that performance. I also loved seeing J-Lo bring her daughter out.
Another said: “So empowering to see J-Lo’s 11 year old daughter, Emma, sing on stage with her Mom during the Super Bowl LIV Half-time show! Great Performance by ALL!”
A third posted: “J-Lo’s daughter might sing better than J-Lo. Those Marc Anthony genes for pipes.”
“Good on J-Lo’s daughter, already achieved more in life than I have,” said another.
And one wrote: “So really, J-Lo’s daughter stole the show.”
J-Lo’s two-sided flag also showed the USA design.