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Lil Tay Fires Shots at JoJo Siwa: ‘Madonna From Dollar Tree A– B—-‘

Lil Tay has ignited a feud with JoJo Siwa on X (formerly known as Twitter), in response to an alleged tweet liked by Siwa.

“.@itsjojosiwa You’re a scary ass bitch if you have something too (sic) say about me, say it & this time DON’T delete your comment or unlike shady tweets!” 16-year-old Lil Tay wrote. “Don’t let those paid YouTube views and botted Spotify streams get to your head Madonna from dollar tree a— b—-.”

Tay’s tweet is a reaction to an alleged tweet in Siwa’s “likes” history calling the “Sucker 4 Green” star “pathetic” and a “meme,” adding that the two aren’t comparable. Siwa has yet to respond.


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Siwa is fresh off the release of her new single “Karma.” During an interview on SiriusXM’s Hits 1 Miami With Mack & Jen, Siwa clarified the comments she made in a viral video interview with Billboard, saying she simply wants to see more queer art get recognized. “So, here’s the thing — ‘gay pop’ is a thing that people have done, but it is not an official genre of music,” she explained. “It is a style, but it is how there’s rap, there’s rock, there’s R&B, there’s pop — if you look on the iTunes charts … this should be a literal genre of music.”

The 20-year-old originally spoke about the concept of “gay pop” during an interview with Billboard‘s Tetris Kelly about her new song “Karma,” when she claimed that she told her label (Columbia Records) that she “wanted to start a new genre … called ‘gay pop.’” Commenters quickly called out the singer for claiming to have created a “genre” that has existed for years.

In a later interview with TMZ, Siwa clarified that she didn’t intend to say that she “invented” the concept of “gay pop” music. “I am not the inventor of gay pop, for sure not. But I do want to be a piece of making it bigger than it already is,” she said. “I’m not the president [of gay pop], but I might be the CEO, or the CMO. I can be the CMO, the chief marketing officer, and use my marketing tactics whether people like it or not.”

Elsewhere in her interview on SiriusXM, Siwa responded to the ongoing backlash to her comments. “I could say I want world peace, and everyone would be like, ‘How dare you want peace for the world!’” she said. “People ask me all the time, they’re like, ‘Do you feel like you have to be very careful about what you say?’ And I’m like, ‘No, because no matter what I say, it’s going down anyways.’”

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