The accusations came as people also alleged that she isn’t a supporter of BLM.
Keep scrolling to see the video in question and how she’s responded…
Many people know JoJo Siwa for her popular YouTube channel and well, colorful fashion sense.
At just seventeen years old, the star has garnered an impressive young fanbase.
Jojo now has over 11 million followers on her channel (not to mention the millions of followers on her social media accounts) and her videos get millions of views every day.
Jojo has an extensive list of accolades that have made her who she is today.
You guessed it… Dance Moms.
The show, which has skyrocketed the likes of Maddy Ziegler to fame, saw us introduced to the energetic and bubbly Jojo – and she certainly made an impact.
Not only did she become a huge social media celebrity but she’s also a singer.
Her music fame has even seen her tour the globe.
Can you imagine how popular this teen must be if her tours are outselling other music artists?
She even owns her own mansion.
The star released her own line of bows which has proven extremely popular among her fans.
The teen superstar often dons extremely colorful outfits along with her trademark side ponytail and bow.
In a video interview, Jojo admitted she’s been obsessed with bows since pre-school, but as she’s gotten older, they’ve simply gotten bigger and bigger.
She also went on to say that to her, bows symbolize “power, confidence, believing-ness.”
Are we surprised? Nope.
From people obsessively commenting on her hairline to mocking her style, Jojo is constantly commented on and picked apart online.
Many people have pointed out how often she pulls her hair tightly back into a side pony.
But this week, she’s been facing some real backlash.
Not only did some people accuse her of not using her platform to speak out about BLM, but alleged that she actively blocked people asking her to do so.
Miller was “exposed” by past cast members for alleged racially insensitive comments during Dance Moms.
So much so, that she has been forced to address the issue.
Keep scrolling to see what she’s had to say about everything…
One of the dancers can be seen on the screen briefly in what appears to be brown facial makeup while wearing monkey ears.
But many had a very different view…
Several viewers of the music video said that the fact that people’s mind would jump to the conclusion that a monkey character was blackface was racist in itself.
Several agreed that by labelling the makeup as “Blackface” it’s “furthering the degrading insult.”
And this week, things have taken another turn…
She addressed both the blackface controversy and the accusations that she blocked BLM supporters.
“I would like to address the music video that we shot for ‘NONSTOP’ in February,” the teen began.
“We’re talking about kids dressing up as circus animals! No one in my video is wearing Blackface. It’s awful that anyone’s mind would even go there. Kids dressing in animal costumes, having their faces painted to look like animals, acting the part. There were zebras, tigers, dogs, clowns, mermaids, everything.”
“I’ve addressed Black Lives Matter issues previously on my social media, I will say it again for the ones in the back, Black Lives Matter, today, tomorrow, yesterday and forever,” she continued.
“I’m on the right side of history here. Stop trying to make this about something it isn’t.”
“My Instagram post yesterday had absolutely nothing to do with the criticism I received on my music video ‘NONSTOP.’
“I blocked certain people online and stopped following others because I was tired of seeing the personal hate on me,” she continued. “Some people will do anything for attention and that includes being mean. People were sending me really horrible and disgusting messages about my appearance, my sexuality, my content, and overall just being hateful.”
To which Jojo clapped back with:
“I didn’t do anything that needs an apology…. this is me clearing things up.”
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