JoJo Siwa offers incredible response to person who tweeted that she should stop talking about her sexuality

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By stefan armitage

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JoJo Siwa has served up an incredible mic drop moment at one of her recent concerts.

Last year, the 18-year-old revealed to her fans that she was a member of the LGBTQ+ community, telling PEOPLE that after coming out, it was "the first time" in her life that she'd felt "personally happy".

She also told the publication: "Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that's how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human." (The "human" Siwa was referring to was her ex-girlfriend, Kylie Prew. The couple broke up last October.)

However, despite many of Siwa's fans showering the famed YouTuber with praise and support for speaking out about her experience as a queer person, it would appear that one troll had heard enough.

Siwa has made the important point of addressing her young LGBTQ+ fans during her D.R.E.A.M tour, frequently offering up advice and support, as well as reflecting on her own experiences.

But during this particular gig, Siwa announced to the crowd: "I never know how I want to start this speech. But tonight, actually, someone gave me some inspiration. And it's somebody in here and I saw it on Twitter.

"And this person tweeted, 'Hey JoJo, I'm coming to your show tonight. Please don't say you're gay.'"

Check out the moment below:
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The singer/dancer then told the crowd: "So, I'm gonna take their advice and I'm not gonna say it... but I'm gonna do something else."

At that moment, Siwa silently walked to the edge of the stage, where she unraveled a rainbow Pride flag with her face on it, causing the crowd to erupt with cheers and applause.

During the show, Siwa also told the packed crowd, per Seventeen: "This [speech] is also for the adults in here. You know, there's a lot of parents who obviously have kids who are growing up in this world."

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She continued: "I just said I'm gay and every single human in here screamed — the world that we live in right now is so loving."

She then addressed parents of those with LGBTQ+ children, and spoke candidly about how her own mom, Jessalynn Siwa, reacted to her coming out.

"[To the] parents in here, the best thing that my mom did for me when I told her that I loved another girl was nothing. She changed absolutely nothing," Siwa said. "She didn't change the way she looked at me. She didn't change the way she talked to me. I'm still her daughter."

So, that's been your daily update on why JoJo Siwa must be protected at all costs.

Featured image credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy

JoJo Siwa offers incredible response to person who tweeted that she should stop talking about her sexuality

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

JoJo Siwa has served up an incredible mic drop moment at one of her recent concerts.

Last year, the 18-year-old revealed to her fans that she was a member of the LGBTQ+ community, telling PEOPLE that after coming out, it was "the first time" in her life that she'd felt "personally happy".

She also told the publication: "Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that's how I have always been my whole life is just like, my human is my human." (The "human" Siwa was referring to was her ex-girlfriend, Kylie Prew. The couple broke up last October.)

However, despite many of Siwa's fans showering the famed YouTuber with praise and support for speaking out about her experience as a queer person, it would appear that one troll had heard enough.

Siwa has made the important point of addressing her young LGBTQ+ fans during her D.R.E.A.M tour, frequently offering up advice and support, as well as reflecting on her own experiences.

But during this particular gig, Siwa announced to the crowd: "I never know how I want to start this speech. But tonight, actually, someone gave me some inspiration. And it's somebody in here and I saw it on Twitter.

"And this person tweeted, 'Hey JoJo, I'm coming to your show tonight. Please don't say you're gay.'"

Check out the moment below:
[[tiktokwidget||https://www.tiktok.com/@brianaspradley7/video/7072050903984999726]]

The singer/dancer then told the crowd: "So, I'm gonna take their advice and I'm not gonna say it... but I'm gonna do something else."

At that moment, Siwa silently walked to the edge of the stage, where she unraveled a rainbow Pride flag with her face on it, causing the crowd to erupt with cheers and applause.

During the show, Siwa also told the packed crowd, per Seventeen: "This [speech] is also for the adults in here. You know, there's a lot of parents who obviously have kids who are growing up in this world."

[[imagecaption|| Credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy]]

She continued: "I just said I'm gay and every single human in here screamed — the world that we live in right now is so loving."

She then addressed parents of those with LGBTQ+ children, and spoke candidly about how her own mom, Jessalynn Siwa, reacted to her coming out.

"[To the] parents in here, the best thing that my mom did for me when I told her that I loved another girl was nothing. She changed absolutely nothing," Siwa said. "She didn't change the way she looked at me. She didn't change the way she talked to me. I'm still her daughter."

So, that's been your daily update on why JoJo Siwa must be protected at all costs.

Featured image credit: ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy