Now that all has been forgiven, it’s time for the jokes to begin!
Weeks after Justin Bieber apologized to teen sensation Jojo Siwa for commenting “burn it” on a photo of her custom car wrap — which featured her name and face on the hood of the vehicle — the pop star poked fun at the controversy after running across another Siwa-related item.
“Burn it,” Bieber, 24, wrote on an Instagram Story post on Friday, alongside a photograph of the 15-year-old Nickelodeon star and YouTube personality’s 2018 book JoJo's Guide to Making Your Own Fun: #DoItYourself.
Making it clear that he wasn’t being remotely serious, he also added, “Haha jk.”
Siwa did not appear to take offense to Bieber’s joke and went on to share a photograph of herself posing with a cardboard cutout of the “Sorry” singer as she pretended to read her latest literary effort to him.
“Since @justinbieber likes my books now I thought I would read him my new one JoJo and BowBow CANDY KISSES)!!,” she wrote alongside the image, directing her fans to a link in her bio where they could pre-order a copy.
The pair’s feud began in December, after West Coast Customs re-posted an image of Siwa’s new customized car wrap, which featured bright colors as well as a little promotion for her upcoming D.R.E.A.M. tour.
In response to one of the identical comments, the teen’s mother wrote, “burn your own things,” alongside a crying with laughter face emoji.
In a comment that appears to have been deleted, Siwa even replied to Bieber herself, good-naturedly writing, “that’s not the best idea,” according to Entertainment Tonight.
Siwa went on to troll Bieber herself, sharing a humorous photo on her Instagram account that showed the teen riding in her vehicle alongside a cardboard cutout of the Canadian pop star.
“Burn it,” she captioned the image.
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Bieber went on to apologize to Siwa on Twitter, explaining that he had “nothing against” her, he just wasn’t a fan of the car’s decorations.
“@itsjojosiwa I have nothing against you it was the car and the colors I didn’t like,” he wrote, adding, “I really hope you didn’t think it was malicious or mean spirited.”
In response, Siwa wrote, “it’s all good bro!” adding that there was a very simple way the singer could make it up to her.
“You can perform at my 16th birthday party and we’ll call it good!” she added.