JoJo Siwa Recalls The Time Justin Bieber Told Her To ‘Burn’ Her Car

JoJo Siwa is still digging up previous celebrity tales on TikTok after her most recent controversy with Candace Cameron-Bure.

Siwa’s most recent TikTok video, which features sounds from The Vampire Diaries, capitalised on the popular “Burn It!” craze on August 27. Siwa used the occasion to make a reference to a 2018 incident involving her and Justin Bieber. This particular encounter  when Justin Bieber mocked Siwa’s first car.

In the TikTok, Siwa green-screened herself next to an Instagram photo from December 28, 2018, in which she was smiling next to her first automobile, a white BMW that had her name scrawled over the hood. Siwa mouthed the famous audio clip of Candice King’s character Caroline Forbes from The Vampire Diaries stating, “Burn it. Did I say ‘stand there and look stupid?’ No, I said ‘burn it.’”

Siwa moved away after stating the second “burn it” to reveal Bieber’s Instagram comment. Because Bieber advised to “burn it,” Siwa joked in the video’s caption: “#greenscreen this audio was made for me.”

It’s also important to note that Siwa’s mother, Jessalynn Siwa, replied to Bieber’s remark in case you missed it in 2018. She said nothing more than, “Burn your own things,” at the time.

Bieber addressed the circumstance on Twitter during the same week in 2018. “@itsjojosiwa I have nothing against you it was the car and the colors I didn’t like,” he wrote. “I really hope you didn’t think it was malicious or mean spirited.”

Despite the error, Siwa agreed to accept the singer’s apologies with one stipulation. “It’s all good bro! you can perform at my 16th birthday party and we’ll call it good!” she replied on Twitter at the time.

So much so that Bieber subsequently brought up the incident in January 2019 after things between the two appeared to have calmed down. The artist reportedly uploaded a picture of Jojo’s back-to-school book, JoJo’s Guide to Making Your Own Fun, to his Instagram Story and scribbled “Burn it” over the book before immediately adding, “haha jk,” according to Seventeen.

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