WHAT A WASTE!
JoJo Siwa is getting called out and blasted online for wasting food for a recent Instagram video.
On Friday, January 14th, Siwa shared a video of herself listening to Miley Cyrus’ new hit “Flowers.”
In the video, Siwa seems to drift off into a Miley-induced daydream while making a bowl of cereal, taking a shower and drinking coffee
She captioned the video, “POV me trying to do anything but all I can think about is @mileycyrus new Flowers Music video….”
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Many of her fans and followers were quick to comment on the post, and there was an overwhelmingly large number of comments about her food waste.
“Why do you need to waste tho,” one person commented.
“The food waste was unnecessary,” wrote another.
“Luv u but not u wasting milk,” yet another person commented.
In the event you haven’t been grocery shopping recently, food prices are astronomical and inflation is really having an impact on food.
According to the USDA, the average gallon of whole milk is $3.59 a gallon.
Siwa is in fact pouring an entire gallon off whole milk into her Special K cereal.
The food waste comments kept flooding in.
“Jojo please don’t do that with food… So many hungry people in the world,” a disapproving follower wrote.
“Why you wasting that much food 😭😭😭,” someone else replied.
“So wasting food is a good thing? POV: when you are rich and could care less about giving to charity for food for the hungry,” one person mocked Siwa.
However, there were a few fans who came to her defense.
“Guys it’s not thousands of dollars, it’s cereal and milk for a bit – at least it’s funny,” one supporter commented.
“This is funny AF everyone shut up about the cereal go touch grass,” another responded.
Miley’s new song is a not-so-subtle diss track aimed at her failed marriage and lengthy relationship with Liam Hemsworth.
She released “Flowers” on his birthday, January 13th.
“I can buy myself flowers/ Write my name in the sand,” the 30-year-old sings. Later in the song, she croons, “I can love me better than you can,” promoting a message of knowing one’s worth.
Miley has been very vocal about their relationship and the dumpster fire it became.
In a 2020 interview with Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show, the Disney Channel alum admitted, “We were together since [I was] 16. Our house burned down. We had been like, engaged — I don’t know if we really ever thought we were actually going to get married, but when we lost our house in Malibu — which if you listen to my voice pre-and post-fire, they’re very different, so that trauma really affected my voice.”
“I lost everything… And so in trying to put that back together, instead of going, ‘Oh, nature kind of did something I couldn’t do for myself; it forced me to let go,’ I ran toward the fire,” she explained.
Miley admitted that she “clung to what I had left of that house, which was me and him.”
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