Months after they’d a public forwards and backwards, JoJo Siwa is voicing her disappointment with Candace Cameron Bure.
The singer/dancer, 19, posted on her verified Instagram about Cameron Bure after the previous “Full House” star talked to the Wall Road Journal about her work with the faith-based channel, Nice American Household.
When requested if the Nice American Household will embody LGBTQ storylines of their tasks, Cameron Bure stated, “I think that Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at the core.”
Siwa identifies as queer and shared a display screen seize of a headline which learn, “Candace Cameron Bure’s plans for new cable channel: No gays.”
“Honestly, I can’t believe after everything that went down just a few months ago, that she would not only create a movie with intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but then also talk about it in the press,” Siwa wrote. “This is rude and hurtful to a whole community of people.”
In July Siwa posted a video on TikTok that went viral wherein she shared a photograph of Cameron Bure because the “rudest celebrity” she had ever met, later revealing she had felt ignored by the star at an occasion when she was a toddler and tried to fulfill her.
Cameron Bure responded in a video on her verified Instagram account, explaining that she was “shocked” by the designation and stated every part was “all good” after the pair related and mentioned it.
Siwa wasn’t the one one upset by Cameron Bure’s latest remark.
Actress Hilarie Burton slammed her and Invoice Abbott, chief govt of Nice American Media, for “bigotry.”
“That guy and his network are disgusting,” Burton tweeted. “You too Candy. There is nothing untraditional about same-sex couples.”
Bure responded on Wednesday in an announcement supplied to CNN.
“All of you who know me, know beyond question that I have great love and affection for all people,” her assertion learn partially. “It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I intentionally would want to offend and hurt anyone.”
Cameron Bure added that folks of all “identities” contribute at Nice American Household, each on display screen and off.
“I have long wanted to find a home for more faith-based programming. I am grateful to be an integral part of a young and growing network,” her assertion continued. “I had also expressed in my interview, which was not included, that people of all ethnicities and identities have and will continue to contribute to the network in great ways both in front of and behind the camera, which I encourage and fully support. I’ve never been interested in proselytizing through my storytelling, but in celebrating God’s greatness in our lives through the stories I tell.”