Family: Child's Bratz Doll Uses Profanity POSTED: 8:21 am EST December 27, 2006 UPDATED: 2:05 pm EST December 27, 2006 A family in Florida is angry over a new Bratz doll that apparently uses profanity while singing, according to a Local 6 News report. Miami resident Luis Arce said his daughter, 6-year-old Kristina, received a Bratz doll named Jade during Christmas. Arce said when the toy began to sing, it used the "F" and "B" words, according to the report. "I actually heard at the end some bad words, and I was freaking out," Arce said. "I was very upset about it. I'm very disgusted of the lyrics of what I heard myself. We don't use profanity at home." Local 6 reported that when Arce played the song for the manager of the store where he purchased the doll, the manager offered to take the doll back. Arce said he wants answers from the company and to possibly force a recall of the toy. A South Florida television station tried to reach the toy's manufacturer, MGA Entertainment, for comment but its calls were not returned. Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.