YouTube star JoJo Siwa says she's been left "crying for hours" after people targeted her at home shouting "very mean things". The bow-loving teen from Nebraska has found fame online singing and dancing, after first appearing on US reality show Dance Moms when she was Now 17, the vlogger has over Then I take a shower and I call it good and put my game face back on. Siwa said the abuse she has suffered can be very personal, including comments about her hairline, and insults describing her as "baby", a "giant toddler", a "brat" and "fat". People will drive by the house actually and shout out very mean things. And I always come up with the funniest comebacks," she said. She added: "I mean, it can be hard. And it hurts, but as a person you want people to be nice and you're never, never, ever going to please everybody. The comments come after the young performer faced criticism earlier this week after some people claimed a backing dancer in one of her music videos was wearing blackface.
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Born in Omaha, Nebraska JoJo was bound to be a star from the very beginning. Her parents Tom and Jessalynn, and brother Jayden are her biggest supporters. Family and her fans mean everything to JoJo! They make it fun for me.
She is known for appearing for two seasons on Dance Moms along with her mother, Jessalynn Siwa, and for her singles " Boomerang " and "Kid in a Candy Store". Tom Siwa, a chiropractor from Nebraska. Siwa started her career as a top-5 finalist and the youngest contestant on the second season of Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition , produced by Abby Lee Miller of Dance Moms fame. In , Siwa announced that she would be going on her first major concert tour in , entitled D. The Tour. She was scheduled to visit a mixture of theaters, outdoor amphitheaters and stadiums, as well as indoor arenas in a total of 52 cities across the United States and Canada. Additionally, other performances would take place in the United Kingdom and Australia.