Jojo Siwa Doll Comes Out as Gay ‘Born This Way’ After Viral TikTok video.
Jojo Siwa trended on social media on Friday night when two tick-ticking videos featuring the star sparked speculation that she was emerging as a member of the LGBTQ community.
Jojo Siva, the Doll a 17-year-old singer, dancer, actor, and YouTube personality, has emerged as a gay after being praised on social media in recent days.
Siwa first signaled at her coming out in a TikTok video posted to her over 31 million followers on Thursday. In the video, she dances to “Born This Way,” a hit by Lady Gaga in 2011, widely known as the LGBTQ anthem.
The video has more than 4.5 million likes and 25 million views from the most popular video ever by Siwa on TikTok.
Siwa video also received 260,000 comments. Here are some notable YouTube comments of the 260,000 comments on his video, such as Colin Ballinger, James Charles, Nicky D. Jagger, Brettman Rock, and others, congratulated and praised him.
Siwa posted On Friday, another explanatory message, sharing a photo of himself wearing a shirt and writing, “Best. Gay. Cousin. Ever.” saying that his gay cousin got it for her.
Siwa received a standing ovation on Twitter, which became a hot topic on Friday afternoon.
DOll also posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a rainbow track jacket on Thursday, which received thousands of comments from fans, including musicians Luke Eisner, Paris Hilton, and other celebrities who congratulated her.
As a dancer, Swa made a name for herself for the first time on the Lifetime reality series “Dance Mom” and soon she reached a young audience with her fashion, accessories, and music.
She signed with Nickelodeon in 2017 and appeared in the TV movie “Blurt”, “Lip Sink Butt Shorts” and is the youngest ever participant in Fox’s “The Masked Singer.”
What is the reaction of Siwa’s Fans on Twitter?
“if you don’t think Jojo Siwa coming out as gay is a big deal; just remember that there are LGBT kids that watch her videos that may have felt so alone with their identity and seeing the person they look up to coming out makes them feel safer and more comfortable with themselves” one of the fans commented.
“happy for Jojo Siwa telling young girls it’s okay to be gay more than her possibly pissing off homophobic parents who might take it out on the kids who like her and I think we need to just focus on her possibly being an inspiration more than the second part” fan commented on Twitter.
Other TikToker also cautioned others to “jump on the conclusions” or say that Siva could show support for the community instead of coming forward.