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“Jojo, Have You Learned Nothing?”

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Mayla Nunley
Karma
Karma by Jojo Siwa

“Thou shall not lie, thou shall not cheat. Thou shall not get caught” are all things you were told when you were younger to make sure you grow up to be a civilized human being.
Now this saying has been given a whole new meaning in 2024.
Famously known for being on Dance Moms, now-turned-songwriter Jojo Siwa experiences her rebellious side after releasing “Karma” on April 5th, 2024.
Jojo Siwa has taken the world by storm with her expressive personality.
In her newly released song “Karma”, she says she “was a bad girl”.
This is a big 180 away from Jojo’s usual rainbow and sparkles persona.
Or so she thinks.
The music video is filled with many vulgar movements that disturb the audience.
Jojo has tried to go a different route with her music career and many people have things to say about it.
There have been accusations against Jojo for stealing the song from a music artist named Brit Smith, who originally released the piece in 2012.
It was later discovered that Jojo supposedly “simply purchased the song, the social media users claim… As fan lore goes, after Smith’s version was scrapped in 2011, Cyrus then recorded her version of the song,” said NewsWeekley.com.
Even with all of this Jojo was still able to score a hit on the Billboard Top TikTok Video charts
Listening to “Karma” is like running a 5k.
You think it’s a good idea because everyone else is doing it.
You end up hating every second of it.
As you get farther from the starting line you ask yourself why you did this in the first place.
All you want to do is stop and give up but your friends keep pushing you to listen to more.
As you finally cross over the finish line you are glad it is over and that you never have to do it again.
Jojo Siwa tries to convey “Karma” to be your next top hit expressively but results in frightening the audience.
The music video along with the lyrics leaves the viewer confused and not understanding what they just watched.
Many points in the video make the audience uneasy to watch feeling as though it is invasive and a side of Jojo that has not been seen before.
“Karma” is available on listening platforms such as Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, Deezer, and YouTube Music.

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