However, this time around, he wants to make sure that he has no ill intentions as he adds, ‘Haha jk,’ in an Instagram post featuring the YouTube star’s newly-launched book.
- Jan 12, 2019
AceShowbiz – Is Justin Bieber reigniting his feud with JoJo Siwa? After shading her new car last month, the “Despacito” hitmaker throws another shade on the 15-year-old YouTube star after the latter launched her new book titled “JoJo’s Guide to Making Your Own Fun”.
It seems like Justin makes his “own fun” by joking about JoJo’s new work. He shared on Instagram Stories on January 11 a photo of JoJo’s new book which he took during a stroll at the book store.
He decided to revive his infamous “burn it” comment as he captioned the picture with the words. However, he wanted to make sure that he had no ill intentions as he added, “Haha jk.”
not bts related but, what’s going on between justin bieber and jojo siwa hahahahaha pic.twitter.com/ZheebqmQlZ
— Bela♡ (@idknanmollayo) January 11, 2019
JoJo was quick to notice the post and even responded to it with a post on her own account. The “Dance Moms” alum shared a photo of her holding a copy of her book with a cardboard cutout of Justin beside her. She posed as if she was helping it read her book.
“Since @justinbieber likes my books now I thought I would read him my new one ‘JoJo and BowBow CANDY KISSES)!! You can pre order it right now (link in my bio)!” she wrote in the caption.
Justin and JoJo were first involved in a feud after the Canadian heartthrob left a comment which read, “Burn it,” on a post featuring a pic of JoJo’s new customized BMW car. The colorful car, which she dubbed her “best Christmas gift,” had her face and words, “Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour,” on it.
People then criticized the husband of Hailey Baldwin for attacking a child. Twitter users were not the only ones who found Justin’s comment bizarre as JoJo’s mom, Jessalyn Siwa, jumped in her daughter’s defense and replied to Justin, “Burn your own things.”
However, Justin then clarified that he had nothing against the young star. “It was the car and the colors I didn’t like I really hope you didn’t think it was malicious or mean spirited,” he explained in a tweet.