After hinting at this on social media over the past few days, 17-year-old singer, dancer, actor and YouTube personality Jojo Siva has come out in public as gay.
CY first hinted at it in a tic-tac-toe video posted to more than 31 million (and growing) followers on Thursday. In the video, she is described as “born this way,” Nachen, who was hit by Lady Gaga in 2011 and upset LGBTQ in 2011. The video has more than 4.5 million likes and 25 million views from the most popular video of Tiktok’s CO. Of the more than 260,000 comments on the video, several influential YouTube personalities, such as James Charles, Colin Bollinger, Nikki De Jagger, Bretman Rock and many more, have congratulated and praised him.
On Friday, Siva posted a more specific message, sharing a picture of himself wearing a shirt that reads “Best of the Best”. Gay. Cousin. Ever and saying that his cousin got it for him.
My cousin got me a new shirt pic.twitter.com/DuHhgRto7b
– Jojo Siva! 🌈❤️🎀 (joitsjojosiwa) January 22, 2021
Appreciation and positive feedback were expressed on Twitter on Friday afternoon in favor of Sewer, who became the subject of trending on Friday afternoon.
“If you spell ‘swag’ on the back, it’s ‘gay’. Coincidence ?? “Wrote Lil Nass X, who publicly appeared on Twitter in June 2019.
If you spell “swag” on the back, it’s “gay”. Coincidence ??
– Nah (@lilonxx) January 22, 2021
Siva also posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a colorful rainbow Gucci track jacket on Thursday, congratulating her with thousands of comments from fans, including musician Luke Eisner, Paris Hilton and other celebrities.
In an Instagram live stream posted on Saturday, Siva thanked her fans for their support and love as she said she was flooded with social media after she went public. In the video, Siva visibly appeared for free, stressing that he was not so happy with his career after his announcement. He said he was thrilled to share his life with his fans but was not ready to assign himself any labels.
“Right now, the most important thing is you guys know that no matter who you like, it’s okay, it’s great and this world is for you. Si” There are a lot of people out there for you. “
Siva says the past “48 hours” was unrealistic and he believes that even after coming out there is a stigma and everyone has a different situation, but now there is nothing to fear.
“I’ve loved people all my life … I’ve always believed that my person is going to be my person, and if that person is a boy – great and if that person is a girl – great,” he said. How long have you been part of the LGBTQ + community?
Before concluding the video stream, Siva told her fans that her family has spread a message of support and joy to her, which encourages viewers to do what makes them happy in all areas of their lives.
As a dancer, Siva gained fame for the first Lifetime reality series “Dance Moms” and soon touched the sky with her fashion, accessories and music aimed at a young audience. He signed with Nickelodeon in 2013 and appeared in the TV movie “Blurt”, “Leap Sync Battle Shorts” and was the youngest contestant in Fox’s “The Masked Singer”.