The reality TV host also took a moment to admit that her outing experience may not look like the others.
She explained: “The important thing now is that you know that no matter who you love, it’s okay, and it’s great. The world is there.” “I know everyone’s situation is different. Some people may be more difficult. Some people come out more easily, or [to] Do it yourself, but I think there will be this stigma when going out of the market, that is, this is really, really, really terrible, but it no longer exists. “
She continued: “There are a lot of people out there who accept and love people. It̵
When asked how long she has been in the LGBTQ+ community, Jojo said she “don’t know”.
As she said: “I think my whole life… I like others, but I have never been in love. But I always believe that my person will become my person. If that person happens to be a boy, that would be great . If that person happens to be a girl, that’s great.”