JoJo Siwa Says She “Moved In” With Two Girlfriends, Is Gonna Keep Relationships Private From Now On
JoJo Siwa has a new podcast, JoJo Siwa Now, because it is important for every queer person to have a podcast. In her most recent episode with Tyler Cameron (her castmate on Fox reality TV program Special Forces), she discussed living with two of her Partners during her teenage years, which she described as “a lot.” The topic arose when Cameron told JoJo that she’s just 20 and should be out there dating a lot, to which JoJo assserted, “I’m a lesbian though!” explaining that lesbian relationships are more “over-emotional” and that lesbian couples move in together very quickly.
When asked how U-Hauling went for her, Siwa noted, “I love it when it’s in the honeymoon phase, but then all of a sudden I’m like, ‘Oh my God, I’m 17 and married,’ you know what I mean? It feels wrong, and it feels like she wasn’t living my life, and I wasn’t living my life. We were only trying to live together. You’re so young, and you have so much to do.”
It is fascinating to watch a young queer person make so many young queer person mistakes on such a giant stage.
She also spoke to Cameron, who apparently was on The Bachelor, about the perils of public relationships, affirming that going forward she wants to be more private. One of the cited reasons for this increased interest in private was because she felt she had been “used,” which was probably a reference to Avery Cyrus, and you know, I really wish she’d stop accusing Avery of using her because in my personal subjective opinion, she didn’t. Avery had real feelings and got her heart broken! Anyhow!
You know, in my day, if a 17-year-old was living with her girlfriend it was because her own parents had kicked her out of her own house for being gay, but now we are in a brand new era where it also happens if a 17-year-old is a massively wealthy YouTube star who lives in a bedroom made of candy.
On a related note:
When you saw only one set of footprints, it was then that JoJo Siwa carried you. pic.twitter.com/gtuDypouVp
— Louis Peitzman (@LouisPeitzman) November 8, 2023
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