So much for mixing business and pleasure.
The exes, who put their astronomic earnings into everything from the singer’s beauty line to venture-backed startups to luxury real estate, “have had a team of experts untangling all their investments, but there’s only so much they can delegate to their money managers,” the insider tells OK! “It’s complicated, plus they still have to sign off on all the paperwork.”
The Hustlers star, 52, who parted ways with Alex, 46, amid rumors that the former baseball pro was cozying up to Southern Charm’s Madison LeCroy, “would prefer a Zoom conference,” says the insider, noting that Alex — who isn’t thrilled about J.Lo’s new romance with Ben Affleck — would actually welcome meeting in person.
“He feels like he needs closure," says the source, "but his team is praying he can keep it professional!”
As OK! previously reported, the former Yankee slugger took to Instagram on Tuesday, August 10, to applaud how well Super Coffee — the company that he and Lopez invested in — is doing, as Bloomberg reported the company has "more than doubled its valuation to over $500 million with its latest round of funding."
Lopez and Rodriguez insisted the two would “continue to work together and support each other on our shared businesses and projects" after announcing their split in April. According to FoxBusiness, the former flames previously owned a portfolio of real estate, and also invested in self-care company Hims & Hers and personal training app, Fitplan.
“Jennifer and Alex both want to continue making money together," adds the insider, "so they’ll have to show each other respect."