JoJo Siwa Put Off by Haters, Turning Off Instagram Comments

The YouTube star and 'Dance Moms' alum seems to have shaken off the rude remarks from Internet users by focusing on rehearsals for her upcoming concerts.

AceShowbiz - JoJo Siwa has become the victim of Internet bullying and she couldn't stand it. The 15-year-old YouTube star, who is known for appearing for two seasons on "Dance Moms", revealed on Saturday, May 4 that she received hate comments on Instagram.

"Instagram comments are my favorite thing!" she sarcastically opened her post, along with a picture of herself dressing in a black T-shirt, a pink metallic jacket and wearing her signature bow on hair. "Wait no that's wrong," she added.

Revealing that people left rude remarks on her post recently, she decided to disable her Instagram comments. She shared, "Normally I read comments and see nice things, people sending kind messages and saying positive words, late last night I decided to read some comments on my last Instagram post and wow... some people can be mean. So here’s a fun game, No more comments!"

JoJo, however, seems to have moved past it as she's focusing on rehearsals for her upcoming concerts. Sharing a post-rehearsal video, the "Boomerang" and "Kid in a Candy Store" singer was sweating while telling her fans how excited she was about her tour.

She also shared a throwback video showing her doing audio tests for the tour in the recording studio. "12 Days till opening night on TOUR! Getting ready and getting excited, I mean I've only had a countdown since 220 days lol!" she captioned it. "To celebrate here is a video from about a month ago of me during audio tests for tour sound in the recording studio!"

Justin Bieber previously was slammed by JoJo fans for writing a shady comment on the teen star's post last December in which she showed off her new BMW. "Burn it," the 25-year-old Canadian singer wrote at the time.

He later apologized for his comment, insisting his remark was directed at the car, not JoJo. "I have nothing against you it was the car and the colors I didn't like," the "Sorry" hitmaker tweeted. "I really hope you didn't think it was malicious or mean spirited."

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