• Pop star Jojo Siwa lost it on stage
  • Some say the pressure is getting to her
  • THIS is what happened

The scene was set for an evening of celebration and unity, but not everyone came with love in their hearts. Amidst the cheers, a discordant boo rang out, targeting Siwa.

Relax Jojo

Without missing a beat, the former 'Dance Moms' star halted her performance to confront the negativity head-on. "Who the living f--k just booed me," she demanded, her voice echoing through the venue.

"Who the living f--k just booed me," she yelled into her microphone. "Where the f--k did that come from? Which one of you?" Though JoJo was not able to identify culprit, she did have a stern message for any other potential hecklers.

"Respectfully," the 21-year-old said, "f--k you."

This isn't the first time Siwa has stood up against criticism. Earlier this year, she unveiled a more mature image to coincide with her new musical direction, a move that drew mixed reactions from her fanbase.

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Most recently, JoJo clashed with Lil Tay, the 16-year-old rapper who went viral in 2018 for her profanity-laced videos.

"Wish I didn’t just find out who that is," Lil Tay wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, after a user compared the two young musicians. "Please don't mention me & her in the same sentence."

And after screenshots showed JoJo allegedly liking and unliking a post saying that the rapper "is just a meme," Lil Tay fired back, "You're a scary ass b---h if you have something too [sic] say about me, say it & this time DON'T delete your comment or unlike shady tweets!"

The former child star recently rebranded her colorful persona to adopt a more adult-oriented look and sound to accompany the April release of her pop single "Karma."

Though the tune marked a lyrical departure from her prior kid-friendly material, the song and its accompanying music video were met with universally negative reviews from critics and audiences.

Siwa addressed the pushback with poise, reminding everyone that change can be intimidating but is often necessary for growth. "People are afraid of things they don't know," she explained to E! News in April. "New things can be very, very scary."

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By refusing to let negativity dim her shine, Siwa sends a powerful message about resilience, self-respect, and the importance of standing up for oneself.

Fans and supporters have rallied around Siwa, praising her for her bravery and authenticity. As she continues to navigate her career's new chapter, one thing is clear: JoJo Siwa is not to be underestimated