Well, 11 years later she's all grown up as time tends to have that effect on people:
After being absent from the airwaves for nearly a decade, JoJo sued her record company Blackground Records and its subsidiary, Da Family, for claiming she was still their artist, despite the fact that she was a minor when she signed on in 2003 and could only legally be under contact for seven years. In January 2014, the singer was finally released from her contract, and signed with Atlantic Records.
These days she's on Instagram:
And working on her music:
UPDATE: And she has a sense of humor:
What is JoJo even doing ?
Is JoJo even alive?
Bitch you guessed it!
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