It's a really funny show and I love that Netflix is making their shows more and more inclusive. I like how it also shows injustices in the world such as racist cops (In episode 10, Shaka and Mazzi start to mow lawns to raise money for a new playstation, but when they try to get inside their own house, a cop handcuffs them and accuses them of breaking into and robbing houses, later the same cop pulls over the parents of the boys, despite them doing nothing and angrily complains to them about how their file of complaint got him suspended for two days without pay) and gender inequality (Jade and her friends get detention and suspended by their school principal who was in the military for violating the strict dress code. In detention, they realize that it's only the girls who are getting punished because of the dress code while the boys are excused. This leads to Jade starting a protest and her family joining in. Then the principal finally changes the dress code) It also talks about black history. I saw some people saying that in episode 4, Christianity was compared to other religions and how they didn't like that. I completely disagree, I think its amazing how Christianity isn't the only religion they talk about in the show because sometimes other religions are overlooked. When you talk about monotheistic religions, some people automatically assume that you're a Christian. I rated the show 10+ because Moz and Coco do get a little sexual at times, but it's nothing too explicit or serious.