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Jojo promotes positive thinking for self-isolated people

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After disappearing from the limelight for many years due to addiction and body shaming, Jojo is back. And we are loving all the change she has gone through. She is shining with all the positivity. Not only that but she opened up in interviews about the struggles she had to go through in her young life as a child star. This was an eye-opener for people who think that life as a star is all bling-bling. But in reality, it’s a dark place especially for a young kid who could easily be manipulated. We have many examples in front of us whose life went through similar turns and are still struggling.

Jojo inspires fans through her positivity

Jojo has been very active recently. Coming Live very often on her Instagram to entertain her fans and communicate with them on a more personal level. For someone who is such a big name in the industry, she is using her voice to inspire young kids. She also recently appeared on MTV Unplugged and gave us a very intimate kinda performance. We got to see her in her bedroom playing us our favorite songs. During the quarantine, life is difficult as we know it. Nonetheless, it is important that we stay positive in such times to keep our sanity in check. Which is why Jojo posted the following on her twitter:

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A few days back, she did another cool thing. You remember her 2004 hit song “Leave (Get Out)” right? Well, she went on her Tik Tok to inspire us to stay home with a tweaked version of her hit song in Acapella. Now it says Chill (Stay In). Isn’t she smart and well, hella talented?
Watch her Acapella version of Chill if you haven’t already by now.
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