Jorge Lopez reveals he and his daughter Mayann went to shock therapy after TikTok screwed her upside down.

Jorge Lopez opened up the moment he learned he had to repair his relationship with his estranged daughter, Mayan.

The 61-year-old comedian, who is starring with his 26-year-old daughter in the new family comedy Lopez vs. Lopez, has reflected on their past struggles.

“I was divorced, and then I didn’t talk to the Maya for a long time,” Lopez recalled during his Wednesday appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

He continued, “I went on TikTok to respond to a video of someone attacking me. It was a video of her turning upside down.”

Jorge Lopez said he knew he had to repair his relationship with his estranged daughter, Mayan, after TikTok saw her turn upside down.
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“I realized I’m not the best dad, but when your baby is upside down, you have some real problems. I didn’t realize it was that serious.”

After watching the clip, the actor said he realized he needed to “get out there” and reconnect with the Mayans. The “Tax Collector” star explained that the two started going to therapy together.

“You have to be responsible for the trauma that I caused,” Lopez said.

Lopez shares his only child with ex-wife Ann Serrano, 61, who donated one of her kidneys to him. In 2010, the former couple separated after 17 years together when Maya was 14 years old.

“I didn’t realize it was that serious,” Lopez said.
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“I have, for the first time in my life, my responsibility to marriage and as a father,” he said.

He continued, “I said, ‘Yes, I’m responsible for this, and I’m going to spend the rest of my life fixing it.'”

Lopez joked that there was a particularly awkward part of the joint treatment experience.

“If you think the treatment is bad,” he said, “what’s worse than riding an elevator after that because it’s all heavy stuff.”

“You almost have to swing, like when you’re eating and you’re lunging, someone comes out behind, and someone comes out front. You don’t go in the same car when you do shock therapy.”

Lopez and Mayan are starring in the new NBC comedy

Lopez and Mayan are starring in the new comedy “Lopez vs. Lopez” on NBC.
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In “Lopez vs. Lopez,” a father-daughter duo play fictional versions of themselves as they try to mend their shattered relationship after a long estrangement. The show follows Lopez’s character, George, as he moves in with Mayanne, her son, and her boyfriend after his business collapses during the pandemic.

Lopez and Mayan said the pandemic has also helped them bridge the rift between them in real life.

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“There was a time when we didn’t talk and were apart for three years,” Mayan said at a recent virtual press conference via UBI.

She continued, “Really, the pandemic brought me back together. I started making TikToks with my family to reconnect, and [showrunner] Debbie Wolf saw one of the [the videos]And the whole idea of ​​”Lopez vs. Lopez” was born out of that idea.”

“This is the experience of a lifetime to be able to do this with my parents,” Mayan added.

Lopez said, “Having Debbie see Mayan do TikToks about our unfortunate break in our relationship and creating something beautiful out of something that was so painful and my fault is just so wonderful.”

“Lopez vs. Lopez” premieres on NBC on November 4.


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