Q&A: We talk to J. Lo's Nipple

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After making a brief, illicit appearance at Sunday night’s Oscars ceremony, J. Lo’s Nipple took to Twitter to share his thoughts and feelings with the world. It’s been an exciting few days for J.Lo’s Nipple, and he spoke with Remezcla to tell us more about his quest for equal rights and the beginning of his career.


What do you think of your newfound fame? Have you felt overshadowed by J. Lo in the past?

The exposure has been a long time coming. Last time I slipped out I didn’t feel like I got the credit that I deserved. JLo and her stylist have a hidden agenda to keep me out of the public light, and it’s sad that it’s come to this.

What is your relationship with J. Lo? How does she feel about your new popularity?

I mean, in the beginning it was a healthy relationship. But as her fame was resurrected by American Idol, our relationship has suffered greatly. I don’t understand why she’s claiming that I was some kind of optical illusion. It’s hurtful to think someone as close as JLo could be so cold. She knows what happens to me when she’s cold…

Did you peek out from the dress on purpose or was that more accidental?

That’s the difference between me and Janet [Jackson’s nipple]. I absolutely wanted to be seen, to raise the awareness of nipple discrimination in today’s society. There are a lot of issues in the US right now, but I think this has to be at the top of the list. The suffocation of nipples worldwide cannot go unnoticed and our voices will be heard, despite the many efforts to suppress and hide us from the public eye. I am a nipple and my voice will be heard.

Are you working on any projects, now?

There have been talks of a reality TV show with @AngiesRightLeg. It’s a work in progress but we’re thinking along the lines of a Rob and Big type show titled A Boob and His Sidekick. Also, in order to raise money for nipple awareness, Nippies By Bristol are pushing their line of nipple covers, to give us the exposure we deserve, that is tasteful yet stylish.