“We can’t go out to any restaurants or anything, but the service and entertainment here is pretty good… #StaySafe,” the pop star tweeted while on self-quarantine with her 12-year-old son Max and fiance Alex Rodriguez in her Los Angeles home.
In the video, J. Lo’s son pretended to be a waiter as he delivered and poured water in a cup for the couple on a hoverboard. One fan, however, noticed something eerily familiar in the video, replying to Lopez’s post with “please check your basement,” in reference to the Bong Joon-ho film.
More replies referencing the film followed. A thread appeared asking the singer if she needed an art therapist, an English teacher, a maid, or a driver. Check out all the clever replies below.
Does your son need an art tutor
— ᜊᜅᜆᜈ⁷ no bundles | reading tgcf (@yiIingtan) March 19, 2020
Maybe an english teacher…
— doug no início do fim do capitalismo (@NotDougNo) March 19, 2020
New Driver,,, maybe??
— ??????? ? (@Squippyyy) March 19, 2020
a man to live in your basement?
— Amanda ? (@enayessa) March 19, 2020
I love this house its boutta get lit? pic.twitter.com/aQIpOMDv5K
— CIRUS ⁷ ?422K (@innerchilding7) March 19, 2020
— Parasite ?’s PEACH BICTH? (@ShutDa_Ur_Mouth) March 19, 2020
Wait a minute… pic.twitter.com/dyKsrktdL3
— The Proud Rebel (@The_Proud_Rebel) March 18, 2020
death by glamour…
— Ryan Phantom: HAGUMI KITAZAWA IS MY DAUGHTER (@RyanPhantom) March 18, 2020
This is the Parasite house
— A Flock of Seagals (@ASegals) March 19, 2020
While people are convinced the 50-year-old pop star lives in the Parasite home, the house in the movie is actually a set built by production designer Lee Ha Jun.