A Nickelodeon-branded game, “JoJo’s Juice” which is marketed to children age 6 and older, according to the box includes playing cards in its “Truth or Dare” category.

The “children’s” game includes questions such as, “Have you ever walked in on someone naked or had someone walk in on you?” or, “Have you ever gone outside without underwear? (A bathing suit doesn’t count.)” and “Have you ever been arrested?”

Been arrested? Big-wheel violation maybe? And what’s with the nudity questions? Could have used “picking your nose confessions” if embarrassment was the goal.

How was this brought to light? We found it when YouTube star JoJo Siwa responded to backlash over the board game with her name on it.

Ok, I am old by today’s trends and standards but when the hell did nudity and police become good subjects for use in children’s board games? I admit, never heard of JoJo Siwa before this article but it’s clear, she has influence with the children. So does Nickelodeon. A mistake or part of a bigger issue?

The 17-year-old singer and internet sensation posted a video to her social media accounts Monday night explaining she had “no idea” what types of questions were included on the playing cards, because “when companies make these games, they don’t run every aspect by me.”

As I write this, I wonder if this marketing was by design or a bad design by Nickelodeon staff or affiliates. A mistake or part of a bigger issue? The game is selling on eBay for over $100. We give it a grade F-

What do you think?

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