Logan Paul Scandal Aftermath: Nickelodeon’s Jojo Siwa Promises To “Always Be Family Friendly & Safe”


Nickelodeon Star and YouTuber, JoJo Siwa has made a pledge to her Instagram followers to always upload ‘family friendly’ content and promises to never put anything ‘inappropriate’ online.

Her message, which was addressed to ‘Parents of Today’s Kids’, was posted on Instagram shortly after YouTuber Logan Paul announced on Twitter that he was taking a break from social media.

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Dear Parents of Today’s Kids❤️ #Siwanatorz

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YouTube was put under fire this week after Logan Paul uploaded a video that showed a man, who had died by suicide.

The 22-year-old issued an apology and said: ‘There are a lot of things I should have done differently, but I didn’t. And for that, from the bottom of my heart, I am sorry.’

However, despite his sincere message, he has many young subscribers and parents are concerned as to what content can be viewed online.

In an attempt to keep younger fans on YouTube, the former Dance Moms star took to Instagram to reassure her followers and targeted her younger audience promising to keep her profiles safe.

She said: ‘I promise you forever that my content will always be family friendly and safe for your kids.

‘It is hard to trust what’s on the internet but I can tell you that I know my responsibilities, and I will never put anything online that is inappropriate or not safe for children to watch.

‘I love what I do and want nothing to ever change.’

Though the young star didn’t mention Logan in her post, it’s obvious that the celebrated dancer is referencing the Logan Paul scandal.

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