Persevering with to show that she would not take a backseat in relation to what she needs in her profession, JoJo Siwa took to social media on Tuesday to share her pissed off emotions towards Nickelodeon surrounding her upcoming tour. The singer, who not too long ago launched her musical movie The J Staff on Paramount+, says that Nickelodeon — who produced the movie — is not permitting her to carry out her personal songs.

“I am going out on tour in January. My film musical was simply launched (with 6 new authentic songs)… Nickelodeon advised me in the present day that I am not allowed to carry out/add any of the songs from the movie into my present,” Siwa wrote on Twitter. “These are MY songs, MY voice, MY writing. Does this appear honest???”

She continued to air her frustration in one other tweet, writing, “There is no such thing as a cause that this music shouldn’t be included. Working for a corporation as an actual human being handled as solely a model is enjoyable till it isn’t.”

Representatives for Siwa and Nickelodeon did not instantly reply to EW‘s request for remark.

Following rescheduled dates because of the pandemic, Siwa’s “Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour” is ready to start on Jan. 13, 2022. The tour helps two of the singer’s latest EPs, 2018’s D.R.E.A.M. the Music and 2019’s Have a good time, and Siwa hoped to carry out further authentic tunes by including songs from her new film to her set listing.

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It is unclear why Nickelodeon would push again in opposition to the actress performing songs that she wrote, for the reason that firm was concerned in making the movie. However this is not the primary time Siwa has spoken out in relation to her profession. Again in June, she made headlines when she advised EW that she hoped a kissing scene could be minimize from her new film Bounce, as a result of she did not need to “kiss one other human, particularly as a result of it is a man.” She later tweeted affirmation that Paramount had complied along with her request and that the scene had been faraway from the movie.

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