Candace Cameron Bure slammed by JoJo Siwa and others for ‘traditional marriage’ comment.


Months after having an audience back-and-forth, JoJo Siwa expresses her disappointment with Candace Cameron Bure.

The 19-year-old singer/dancer posted on her verified Instagram about Bure after the former “Full House” star spoke to the Wall Street Journal about her work with faith-based channel Great American Family.

When asked if Great American Family will include LGBTQ stories in its projects, Cameron Bure said, “I think Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at its core.”

Siwa identifies as queer and shared a screenshot of a headline that read: “Candace Cameron Bure’s plans for new cable channel: Not gay.”

“Honestly, I can’t believe after everything that happened just a few months ago, that she would not only create a film with the intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but also talk about it in the press,” Siwa wrote. “This is rude and hurtful to an entire community of people.”

In July, Siwa posted a video on TikTok that went viral in which she shared a photo of Cameron Bure as the “rudeest celebrity” she had ever met, then revealed that she had felt ignored by him star in an event when she was little and she tried. to meet her

Cameron Bure responded in a video on her verified Instagram account saying she was “surprised” by the nomination and said everything was “all right” after the pair connected and discussed it.

Siwa wasn’t the only one upset by Cameron Bure’s recent comment.

Actress Hilarie Burton slammed her and Bill Abbott, chief executive of Great American Media, for “bigotry”.

“This guy and his network are disgusting,” Burton tweeted. “You too Candy.” There is nothing unconventional about same-sex couples.”

CNN has reached out to representatives of Bure and Great American Media for comment.

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