Jojo Siwa sent fans and parents into a frenzy on Wednesday after she shared a TikTok video of herself singing Lady Gaga’s LGBTQ anthem “Born This Way”

In the TikTok video, which was shared on Wednesday night, Siwa wears a hair bow with rainbows as she sings the verse in which Lady Gaga encourages all people to love themselves regardless of their sexual orientation.

“No matter gay, straight, or bi / Lesbian, transgender life / I’m on the right track baby / I was born to survive / No matter black, white or beige / Chola or orient made / I’m on the right track baby / I was born to be brave.”

The 17-year-old’s name began trending with people used her name to express their shock about Siwa potentially coming out in the video since she has a younger fan base that may not have a full understanding of different sexual orientations.

She followed that up with a TikTok on Kent Boyd's account set to Paramore's "Ain't It Fun." The video tagged Siwa along with married dancers Mollee Gray and Jeka Jane as well as actor Garrett Clayton, who is also openly gay. Siwa lipsyncs the line, "Baby, now you're one of us." 

The caption uses the hashtag #pridehousela, and fans assume she could be referring to gay pride. Boyd didn't deny the rumors. He responded to fans speculating that Siwa came out by saying, “Iconic.”

One person admitted they didn’t learn about the rumor until their younger sibling shared the update. “Did Jojo Siwa come out?? I just had to learn from my little sister I can’t,” the individual wrote.

Meanwhile, one person suggested Siwa’s publicist will try to do some damage control following the rumors online. “Jojo Siwa’s tweets tomorrow after her publicist sees her Tiktoks,” the individual wrote along with photos of a scene from "Orphan Black" with the caption “As a lesbian… supporter.”

However, one fan believes this wasn't a coming out announcement at all. Siwa was simply singing a song she enjoyed and will most likely be shocked when she learns why her name is trending. “Jojo Siwa reading all the tweets about people saying she’s queer while she was actually just bopping to a song,” one person tweeted.

This isn’t the first time Siwa has caused a stir among fans. Earlier this month, she released a statement addressing her board game, JoJo’s Juice, which encouraged players to perform activities and answer questions about themselves.

However, parents found some of the cards in the game inappropriate. The board game, which was for kids 6 years old and up, asked questions like, “Have you ever gone outside without underwear (a bathing suit doesn't count)?” and “Have you ever been arrested?”

“I hope you all know that I would’ve never, ever, ever approved or agreed to be associated with this game if I would've seen these cards before they started selling it,” Siwa said in a statement at the time. 

“Thank you for bringing this to my attention so that way I put could a stop to it, and I could get it fixed immediately.”

The game has since been pulled from stores and is no longer available for purchase.

jojo siwa halo awards Jojo Siwa attended the Nickelodeon Halo Awards at Pier 36 on Nov. 4, 2017 in New York City. Photo: Andrew Toth/Getty Images for Nickelodeon