Chris Brown has declared his love for Jennifer Lopez.

The singer has worked with her previously but admits that even if she's 70, she's on his radar. He spoke about running into her backstage at the Tidal X: Brooklyn concert with Angie Martinez.

“J. Lo bad, man,” he said. “I’m just letting her know, look, I might have stiffened up a little bit when I was back at the little show, because there was a lot of people back there and I was nervous. My palms were sweaty. I said hi. But I like you and I want you.”

After being reminded that J. Lo is currently in a relationship with Alex Rodriguez, Chris apologized, sort of.

"Oh, you know what, playboy? My bad," he said before adding, “She can get it anytime. 70 years old, I don’t even care. All the way.”

To be fair, his comments were really tongue-in-cheek. Chris has written for the singer before, and says it was professional, although he couldn't help but admire her beauty. He says the two really struck up a friendly relationship after she participated in his documentary, Welcome to My Life.  “I had a lot more appreciation for her because you could have been like, ‘Nah, I’m busy right now.’ What she said was from the heart. So, I respect her a lot more.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Chris discusses Colin Kaepernick, who reportedly just signed a $1 million book deal, saying there's no way he'd perform at the Super Bowl given what the league has done to him (though Justin Timberlake just signed on to perform).

“Colin Kaepernick is like my brother,” he said. “I’m gonna ride with him. I don’t get into politics because you already know it’s bullshit. It’s worse than ‘Love & Hip Hop.’ For Congress and whoever that can really impeach people that are really fucking up this country, for them not to do anything, then you know they’re agreeing with it. So the politics behind that, I probably would just say no because they’re not fucking with Kaepernick. I’d tell them no.”

Catch the interview below.


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