Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter Slams JoJo Siwa: ‘Grow Up’

Candace Cameron Bure’s Daughter Slams JoJo Siwa: ‘Grow Up’

The daughter of actress Candace Cameron Bure ripped “Dance Moms” alum and singer JoJo Siwa after Siwa had ripped Bure for not posing with her for a photo when Siwa was 11, calling her the “rudest celebrity I’ve met.”

Siwa, 19, who has been referred to as a “gay icon,” had trashed Bure, an open Christian, on TikTok. Bure then politely reached out to Siwa, who then confessed, “You weren’t even mean. I get it now as an adult … but at that time, I was 11.”

Natasha Bure reportedly ripped Siwa for attacking her mother, snapping, “Someone saying ‘no’ to taking a photo with you is not a ‘rough experience.’ This generation is so sensitive and has no backbone. There are bigger issues in this world than this. Grow up.”

Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure slams JoJo Siwa:

“Someone saying ‘no’ to taking a photo with you is not a ‘rough experience.’ This generation is so sensitive and has no backbone. There are bigger issues in this world than this. Grow up.” pic.twitter.com/IHS4QUNi68

— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) July 29, 2022

In the conversation with Bure, Siwa stated, according to Bure, “I met you at the ‘Fuller House’ premiere when I was 11 years old.” Siwa said when she asked for a photo on the red carpet, said Bure responded, “not right now,” before turning back and going back to the red carpet event.

“Oh, JoJo,” Bure apologized, “I’m so sorry.”

“I didn’t think this was gonna go viral … It was just a silly TikTok trend,” Siwa admitted. “I didn’t think it was a big deal,” Bure recalled, adding, “Well, it was a big deal, but what did I do to you? What did I do?”

“Bure made news this year when she announced her move from Hallmark to the GAC Network to star and develop ‘faith-filled’ and ‘wholesome content,’” The Daily Wire noted.

Bure joked about learning the “‘Full House’ lesson of the day,” saying, “I think the lesson we can learn … is that even a ten-second trending TikTok video can do damage, because our words matter, and our actions matter.. … be mindful of what we do post, even if it’s meant to be fun and innocent at the time.”

She added that anyone who’s “personally run into me, and I was not the person you were hoping for or expecting, I just want to say I’m sorry. … I just hope that we could all have grace for one another.”

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