When most people think of Pokémon, they think of family-friendly related content. That wasn’t the case when the game’s official TikTok account shared a video that wasn’t exactly rated “E for everyone.”
The video, which has since been deleted from the platform, featured a Pikachu mascot clapping hands with a Lucario mascot. While that’s fine, the sound used featured in the clip includes several uses of not-safe-for-work words.
The TikTok used an expletive-filled version of the song “If You’re Happy and You Know It,” which was originally shared to the platform by Andy Arthur Smith. Despite the video being deleted from TikTok, one user managed to share the video on Twitter.
The TikTok was enough for many Pokémon fans to mock the clear mistake as one user noted that Pikachu had “gone rogue” following Ash’s recently announced conclusion of the series.