The truth about JoJo Siwa’s cars
There are way worse places to self-quarantine than JoJo Siwa’s mansion. Nevertheless, the YouTube sensation still craved a change in scenery. That’s why she decided to spend 24 hours in her car, which is a Tesla covered with photos of her face, by the way. Once again, there are way worse places to social distance. Plus, she turned the experience into a video she dropped on April 6, 2020.
To occupy her time, she was equipped with toys, a coloring book and a bow maker (all from her stockpile of merchandise). The Gen-Z queen had her camera, computer, and chargers to document the experience. Siwa turned her trunk into a “lounge” full of brightly colored pillows and blankets. She passed the time by singing along to her own bop, “D.R.E.A.M.” Even with all of that, the Dance Moms alum said she was “bored” an hour later. Spoiler alert: Siwa only lasted three hours.
While the Nickelodeon superstar has more than enough money to trick out her own car, the custom Tesla was actually a gift from Kyler and Madison Fisher, better known as “Kyler and Mad” on YouTube. In typical YouTuber fashion, they gave Siwa the gift while filming a video in October 2019. In the video, the teen told them, “I don’t know how I’ll ever be able to repay you for this.” And Kyler had the best response, “Let’s just do another viral video together, you know what I’m sayin’?”
A viral video is the new social currency these days.
JoJo Siwa got a car to celebrate her concert tour
In December 2018, JoJo Siwa’s parents got her a BMW 4 Series Convertible for Christmas, but with a brightly colored twist, of course. The car was decorated in honor of her D.R.E.A.M. concert tour at West Coast Customs — yes, the car shop featured on Pimp My Ride back in the day.
In a YouTube video posted to her channel on Dec. 30, 2018, the singer gave a “tour” of the vehicle. The BMW convertible has the D.R.E.A.M. tour logo and Siwa’s face on the hood of the car. There are stars and unicorns all over the doors. Even the tires are custom. One tire is pink, another is blue, and the other two are purple and yellow. Inside the car are more logos and some rhinestones surrounding the air conditioning and radio controls.
There are also some some specific rules for anyone who rides in the car. In the YouTube video, Siwa said, “I haven’t talked about this on camera yet. I have a rule in my car and that rule is that the only people we are allowed to listen to in this vehicle [are] Queen and my music. So, all day every day when I’m driving, we’re listening to anything by Queen or anything by me. I mean it is the D.R.E.A.M. car, so we do have to listen to D.R.E.A.M. very often.”
She truly is the queen of self-promotion at all times.
Justin Bieber told JoJo Siwa to burn her car
Just like most teens today, JoJo Siwa shared photos of her new car on social media. The only difference? Millions of people see her posts, including Justin Bieber. The Biebs was not a fan of the personalized vehicle. Not. At. All. In December 2018, West Coast Customs reposted a photo that Siwa originally shared and the “Yummy” singer commented “Burn It.” Ouch.
For the record, Siwa was only 15 at the time. Her young age coupled with her super loyal following led to some backlash against Bieber. Eventually, he addressed the controversy on Twitter, writing, “I have nothing against you it was the car and the colors I didn’t like I really hope you didn’t think it was malicious or mean spirited.” Technically, he didn’t actually apologize, but it’s not “too late now to say sorry.”
Still, Siwa took it all in stride, attempting to negotiate in response. She tweeted, “it’s all good bro! you can perform at my 16th birthday party and we’ll call it good!” Unfortunately, that performance did not end up happening. However, in April 2019, BuzzFeed noted that she ended up performing at the party — there’s no better singer to celebrate Siwa’s birthday than Siwa herself. Who else is going to come through with that infectious energy and vibrant style?
Needless to say, it’s no surprise that Siwa’s car collection is like everything else in her life: brightly colored, authentic, and expensive, of course.
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