Jennifer Lopez's a new documentary is  released on Netflix on 14th of June - Know Some Fact About Her

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What she said about her life 

"It was hard when you think people think you're a joke — like, you're a punchline," Lopez said. "But I wound up affecting things in a way that I never intended to affect them."

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"The entertainer and artist additionally felt like the media's longing to "cover my own life eclipsed all that was going on in my vocation."

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"There were many times where I was like, 'I think I'm just gonna quit,' " Lopez said. "I had to really figure out who I was and believe in that and not believe anything else."

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"I just had a really low self-esteem," Lopez said. "I really believed a lot of what they said, which is I wasn't any good — that I wasn't a good singer, I wasn't a good actress, I wasn't a good dancer. I wasn't good at anything. I just didn't even belong here. Why wouldn't I just go away?"

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"The ones who were true, and the ones who lied to me," Lopez continued. "I want to thank true love, and I want to thank the way that I lied to myself, because that's how I knew that I had to grow."

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"I want to thank all the people who told me, to my face — or, when I wasn't in the room — that I couldn't do this," Lopez added in part, through tears. "I really don't think I could've done it without you."

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Halftime is streaming now on Netflix.

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