Jennifer Lopez’s Boyfriend, Casper Smart, Accused of Being Gay

A source is making claims that Casper Smart is gay and only using the singer for her fame and fortune.

J.Lo has been dating her backup dancer Casper Smart for seven months, but a dancer at Hollywood nightclub Boulevard3 insisted that Smart is gay and only using Lopez for her fame. Photo: Angel Cabrera/Flickr

Joshua Lee Ayers, who worked with Smart in the dance movie “Step Up 3D,” has been attempting to “out” Smart on his Twitter account for months, reports Radar Online.

Ayers started his campaign in March, posting a photo of Lopez’s boyfriend wearing a sparkly belt, shiny gold shorts, silky scarf, and a deer hunter hat. The photos were accompanied with such captions as “Check out Ur boy… And his low key homo ways.”

On May 24, the dancer posted one more photo of Casper Smart making a duck face with the caption: “I know what I know, Not love, a lot of business and public relations.”

Ayers went on and added ‘silly pose’ Casper photos with captions hinting at J.Lo’s relationship being a total scam: “I know what I know, Not love, a lot of business and public relations.”

Ayers’ campaign against Smart continued. When a J. Lo’s fan tweeted a photo of the two together, Ayers responded to her tweet, writing, “@JLevsperJLover @Caspersmart U know casper USED/CHEATED on the Girlfriend who got him on the JLO gig right??He jus usin JLO 4 fame/success.”

The Step Up 3D continued a back-and-forth conversation with various fans, repeatedly bashing Smart. In one tweet, he accused Casper of being a “complete #POSER and foolin U and all Of @JLo fans,” and added that “The truth is come out soon. And u gonna feel stupid. Lol.”

As The Huffington Post reports, Ayers has recently posted another photo of Smart and wrote, “I know what I know, Not love, a lot of business and public relations.”

He is also talking to the tabloids: Josh said Casper “just got lucky” and hit the jackpot when his then-girlfriend of two years, Aisha Francis, got him a job with Jennifer, 42. He dumped the girlfriend for Lopez.

“Aisha was really good to Casper,” said Ayers. “But he used her to get what he wanted, then left her for J. Lo.”

Josh, who watched Casper manipulate women for more than five years, told In Touch: “He’s willing to do whatever Jennifer wants as long as it furthers his own career.”

However, Smart’s spokesperson, Mark Young, was quick to set the gay rumors straight, assured reporters: “Casper is not gay. These comments are born from envy and jealousy. It must be a slow news day.”

“Casper is not gay. Those pictures were for a funny dance skit at carnival,” an insider revealed. “100% percent he’s not gay. That’s hard to say that about anyone in Hollywood, but he’s definitely not.”

Lopez, 42, and Smart were first spotted together in November 2011, just months after the singer split from husband Marc Anthony, and made headlines for dating her backup dancer, who is 17 years her junior.

Lopez, 42, and Smart were first spotted together in November 2011, just months after the singer split from husband Marc Anthony, and made headlines for dating her backup dancer, who is 17 years her junior.

Some news agencies had recently reported that Lopez and Smart have gotten engaged. The reports came after  J.Lo was spotted wearing a huge diamond rock on her left hand’s ring finger, which usually means that the person in question is betrothed.

However, Lopez revealed that she was just wearing one of her own rings as a piece of jewellery. She wrote on her official site: “Is there a ring on my finger? Let me tell you… Rumors!!! Don’t be fooled by the rocks that I got. No engagement!”

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