JoJo Siwa Clears Up Rumors About Her New Single “Karma”

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JoJo Siwa addresses the speculation surrounding her latest release, “Karma,” denying claims of stealing the song and discussing its history with producers Rock Mafia. Read her explanation and insights from Brit Smith.

JoJo Siwa has spoken out to clarify recent misconceptions.

The former “Dance Moms” star responded to allegations that her new single “Karma” was taken from Miley Cyrus and Brit Smith, both of whom reportedly had demo versions of the song in the early 2010s.

“I did not steal anything,” JoJo stated in an interview with TMZ on April 12. “There’s no such thing as stealing.”

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The 20-year-old suggested that the mix-up might be linked to the song’s creators, Rock Mafia, who originally composed the track and have written successful songs for other Disney stars, including Miley Cyrus’s “Can’t Be Tamed” and Aly & AJ’s “Potential Breakup Song.”

“What happens is people write songs, and then, they don’t do anything with them,” she explained. “Then, a few years later, it makes sense for another artist.”

JoJo, who recently judged on “So You Think You Can Dance,” mentioned that the song was not new. “I was pitched it. I loved it, was obsessed with it, so I grasped onto it. That’s a very normal thing.”

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She released “Karma” on April 5 as part of a transition to a more mature phase of her career, but she wasn’t concerned about the song being perceived as dated.

“I knew that it was a special song,” she declared. “I knew that it fit. I knew that it was exactly the vision that I wanted to create for the world.”

JoJo described “Karma” as a standout track, noting, “‘Karma’ makes you listen, ‘Karma’ makes you ask, ‘Karma’ makes you confused. So, whether people like it or not, marketing plan worked.”

Meanwhile, Brit Smith shared that “Karma” was almost her debut single back in 2012. “Things changed and I went with ‘Provocative’ instead,” she told Page Six in an interview published on April 12. “I shouldn’t have done that really—we should’ve gone with ‘Karma.’ That was my first choice.”

She expressed satisfaction that the song is finally getting recognition. “I’m just happy that people are hearing it and liking it.”

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