“I am single as a Pringle right now!” The ever-smiling JoJo Siwa said as she began. “But Mark and I did break up. We were together for three months, and it was great.” This was JoJo’s first relationship in the public eye, and when it ended, it left everyone feeling a bit sad.
Both singers posted multiple videos of their very cute relationship to TikTok. In fact, Mark’s first video on the app was of him and JoJo spending some quality time together.
The young couple had been together for only three months when JoJo randomly announced their breakup.
According to ET, she said, “We had fun, we drove through Taco Bell, I think, 450 times. We had some really fun nights. We never actually had any hard times; we never fought; we were never mad at each other. It was honestly a great time.”
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All Work No Play
Too busy for love! In case you live under a rock, 17-year-old JoJo is not only a TikTok sensation; she is a young entrepreneur and has a shoe and toy line that sells out in minutes across US stores.
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On the other hand, her ex-boyfriend, Mark Bontempo, is an aspiring musician who posts song covers on his IG page. About their schedules, this is what JoJo had to say, “It’s just, we had to work. He had to do some things in his life that I wanted to be there for him, but he had to be there 250 percent for himself.”
JoJo To The Rescue!
JoJo Siwa’s fans couldn’t help but overreact, some claiming Mark had been toxic in the relationship. Hateful comments about the aspiring singer flooded the internet, but JoJo was quick to shut them down.
“You have NO idea about Mark and I’s relationship. How much fun it was. How happy we both were and how happy we both are. We decided it’s best for us to not be in a relationship … that’s all.” She was ready to protect her former boo from online trolls.
Down For A New Partner
Singer JoJo Siwa spoke about the recent split saying, “when I ended the relationship I was like, I don’t want to just say ‘let’s be friends’ and then let’s not. Like, let’s be friends and let’s make it normal,”
She’s also optimistic about her future relationships, “If it comes around, great. And if it doesn’t come around, also great. I have so much with what I’m doing right now that if anyone wants to join the party, I’m down!”