Paramedics reportedly called to Jojo Siwa’s Pride party for guest’s possible overdose

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JoJo Siwa’s Pride party descended into turmoil Wednesday, when one of the guests had an apparent drug overdose at her San Fernando Valley home, according to a report.

The victim was described in a 911 call placed at 8 p.m. as a male about 30 years old who might have taken too much LSD, TMZ reported.

Paramedics and police soon responded to the singer and YouTube star’s address to treat the man and transport him to a hospital, where his condition was not known, the site said.

The man appeared to be high when he arrived at the event, and looked in “pretty rough shape,” sources told TMZ.

Police eventually determined there was no crime committed.

The medical emergency cast a cloud over the rainbow-themed bash, which featured a fully stocked bar, rainbow-colored foods of all kinds, a hand-bedazzled rainbow piano and even a rainbow-dyed dog walking the premises.

Siwa, 18, shared much of the evening on her Instagram Stories.

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The “Dance Moms” alum came out as pansexual this April, telling People, “I still don’t know what I am. It’s like, I want to figure it out. I like queer. Technically I would say that I am pansexual because that’s how I have always been my whole life … just like, my human is my human.”

It’s out of respect for current girlfriend Kylie Prew that the Nickelodeon star is hoping to kill any scenes of herself kissing men in her upcoming movie, “Bounce,” she confessed this week.

“I’m madly in love and I do not want to kiss another human. Especially because it’s a man,” Siwa told EW.

A rep for Siwa didn’t immediately return our request for comment.

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