JoJo Siwa 'Upset' by Inappropriate Board Game With Her Image
JoJo Siwa says she was shocked when her fans alerted her to what they called inappropriate content in a board game with her image on it. As one mom pointed out on TikToK, the game called JoJo's Juice is intended for children ages six and up, but it features cards with mature questions such as "Have you ever been arrested?" "I was really, really, really upset about how gross these questions were," JoJo Siwa said on Instagram. Inside Edition Digital's Mara Montalbano has more.
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