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JoJo Siwa: YouTuber denounces ‘gross’ board game bearing her image




JoJo Siwa is addressing the criticism over the controversial Nickelodeon board sport “JoJo’s Juice.”

The 17-year-old YouTube star, who has a younger fanbase, took to Instagram and on Monday to shed some gentle on how the kids‘s sport ended up with “inappropriate” content material for the focused six and up viewers.

“Over the weekend, it has been dropped at my consideration by my followers and followers on TikTok that my identify and my picture have been used to advertise this board sport that has some actually inappropriate content material,” the “Boomerang” singer stated. “Now when corporations make these , they do not run each facet by me, so I had no concept of the sorts of questions that had been on these enjoying playing cards.”

The web sensation continued, “Now once I first noticed this I used to be actually, actually, actually upset approximately how gross these questions had been and so I introduced it to Nickelodeon’s consideration instantly. And since then they’ve been working to get this sport to cease being made and in addition pulled from all cabinets wherever it is being bought.”

Siwa went on to elucidate that she would “by no means, ever, ever would have authorised or agreed” to a sport that reportedly included questions approximately being arrested and nudity.


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Different questions included on the multi-player sport had been “Who on this room would you most wish to date” and “Have you ever ever stolen from a retailer?”

The “Dance Mothers” alum ended her video on a constructive word by including, “I like you all a lot. Thanks for bringing this to my consideration in order that method I can put a cease to it and get it mounted instantly.”

Amid backlash, Nickelodeon and “JoJo’s Juice” producer Spin Grasp launched an announcement addressing the sport. “We respect and worth the connection JoJo Siwa has together with her followers and take the issues raised relating to the sport ‘JoJo’s Juice’ very significantly,” the assertion learn. “This sport is now not being manufactured and we have now requested that retailers pull any remaining product from their cabinets.”

Hassan Zia is an accomplished News writer & working journalist in the industry for over 5 years. At Pakistan print media he established his skills in writing and publishing multiple news stories of daily reporting beats ranging from crime, drama, business, entertainment. An activist at heart Zia believes in sensitizing audiences on issues of social justice and equality. Using powerful technique of storytelling on humanistic themes: women, children, labor, peace & diversity etc. his work underpins the causes he’s concerned about. Besides being known for his activism and community work Zia is also associated with renowned universities as a visiting faculty member for over 3 years now. His academic background is a Masters in Mass in Communication.