Jojo Siwa opens up about being pansexual and in love. “This is the first time that I have felt so happy personally.” The YouTuber made important statements in an interview for People. “For the first time, personally, I’m like, wow, what happiness. I’m very proud to be me, ”she said after recognizing herself as part of the LGBTQ community.
The superstar describes herself “as a cheerleader” and as “the happiest human being in the world.”
In January, Siwa came out as LGBTQ, through a series of posts on TikTok and Instagram. The young woman also declared her love for her 18-year-old girlfriend Kylie Prew. “She never cares what the Internet says about us,” he says. “It’s good to have someone like that in my life.”
At first, Jojo didn’t want to put a label on her sexuality. “I still don’t know what I am. It’s like, I want to find out. And I have this joke. Her name is Kylie. And then I say I’m Ky-sexual, ”he says.
“But, I don’t know, bisexual, pansexual, queer, lesbian, gay, straight. I always say gay because it covers it or queer because I think the keyword is great. ” “I like queer,” he adds. “Technically I would say that I am pansexual because I have always been that way, my whole life is like that, my human is my human.”
Many reasons why Jojo Siwa is happy
The reason for her happiness is not only because of accepting her sexual identity, it is also because of her interesting personal and professional life. Siwa dedicates herself every day to filming content for YouTube and for the products she sponsors, making TikToks. He is also preparing a new Nickelodeon movie to be released in the summer called “The J Team.”
Jojo sponsors a host of products at Target, Walmart, and JCPenney, from dolls, clothing, and candy to watches, shoes, and armchairs. Additionally, the star has two Mercedes convertibles parked outside her home with her face adorned.
He likes mac n cheese and talking on FaceTime with his girlfriend, Kylie. He also loves Ariana Grande and is a fan of Grey’s Anatomy.
“My thing is that I do not want people to see my videos or buy my merchandise if they are not going to support not only me, but the LGBTQ community,” concludes the influencer. “I have never received so much support from the world,” he says. “I think this is the first time that I have felt so happy personally.”