JoJo Siwa’s recent posts and videos on YouTube and other media imply that she is gay

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JoJo Siwa, of Dance Moms and Masked Singers, has recently uploaded photos and videos that suggest that she is gay.


On Friday, her posts show a strong inclination towards her belonging to the LGBTQ+ community and got her fans discussing and commenting on her sexual orientation.


The young sensation posted a photo of herself in a T-shirt and captioned it saying that her cousin got her a new T-shirt. The graphics on the T-shirt in question read: “BEST. GAY. COUSIN. EVER.”


Social media erupted with tweets and congratulatory messages. Rapper Lil Nas X, who came out as gay last year, said, “If u spell ‘swag’ backwards it’s ‘gay’. coincidence??”


Other celebrities who congratulated or supported her include famous host Ellen DeGeneres and Prez Hilton who called her a gay icon.


This past week fans have been wondering about her potential come out as she has dropped several hints.


Recently she posted a TikTok video belting out Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”, the iconic song that is considered to be a gay pride anthem.


Fans were abuzz as she lip-synced specific lines from the song that has become very symbolic for the community.


The lyrics are: “No matter gay, straight or bi, lesbian, transgender life/ I’m on the right track, baby I was born to survive.”


She posted a selfie on Instagram with her outfitted in a tracksuit with rainbow stripes.


She also appeared on a Kent Boyd video on TikTok, along with members of the queer TiKTok collective Pride House L.A, on the soundtrack “Ain’t it fun, ain’t fun, baby now you’re one of us” sung by Paramore vocalist, Hayley Williams.


Although EW has asked Siwa’s representatives for confirmation, there has been no response from them.


However, fans and others are ecstatic with one of them celebrating that both Trump and Siwa are out while another speaks of buying her merch now that the star is out.


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