Board game for six-year-olds pulled from stores over NSFW truth-or-dare questions

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A children's board game was pulled from shelves over inappropriate truth-or-dare questions. 

According to the Daily Mail, the game JoJo's Juice, a truth-or-dare style game by JoJo Siwa, received complaints from parents over TikTok who were concerned over the content of the game. Apparently the game, which is geared towards kids ages six and up, encourages kids to answer mature questions like the following: 

  • "Have you ever gone outside without underwear (a bathing suit doesn't count)?" 
  • "Have you ever been arrested?" 
  • "Have you ever walked in on someone naked or had someone walk in on you?" 
  • "Have you ever taken money from someone's purse or wallet without asking?" 
  • "Have you ever stolen from a store?" 

Other cards talk about the "art of twerking" and tell kids to reveal who in the room they'd most likely date. 

JoJo herself spoke publicly against the game, claiming she had no idea she knew it was so inappropriate and that she wouldn't have approved it if she'd known. 

The game, which was created by Nickelodeon and Spin Master, was released in 2018. They confirmed to Insider (via Daily Mail) that it's now been pulled from shelves following the backlash on TikTok. 

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