Candace Cameron Bure reveals why Jojo Siwa considered her “the most rude celebrity”

Candace Cameron-Bure will be attending 2019 Wango Tango at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA on Saturday, June 1, 2019 (Photo courtesy of Richard Shotwell / Invision / AP)

“Full House” star Candace Cameron Bure responded to Jojo Siwa’s criticism of her. (Richard Shotwell / Invision / Associated Press)

No matter where you look I have a heart wherever I go.. However, Jojo Siwa went bankrupt in a disappointing rush with “Full House” star Candace Cameron Bure.

On Tuesday, Bure responded to a viral TikTok video posted on Sunday, and Wrinkles called her. “The most rude celebrity” she met..of Instagram videoThe actor shared that she spoke directly with the singer dancer to sort out the situation.

After Siwa’s TikTok went viral over the weekend, Bure Answer in a Bible passage on Monday.. But the next day she tackled it head-on.

“Honestly, I was shocked to see TikTok on Sunday, but I didn’t know where it came from,” Bure said on Tuesday.

According to Bure, Wrinkle told her over the phone that the actor was “most rude” after declining a photo with her at the red carpet premiere of Netflix’s “Fuller House,” a spin-off series of “Full House.” He said he thought. According to Bure, Wrinkle admitted that her TikTok diss was “ridiculous,” and she didn’t intend the video to explode on social media.

“She said, I met you at the premiere of’Fuller House’. I was 11 years old and everyone was on the red carpet. And I came to you and said,’Can you give me a photo? “With you?” You said to me, “Now not” and did what you were doing and started taking pictures with others on the carpet, “Bure said. Told.

Bure apologized to Wrinkles during the conversation, but said he was unaware that the interaction left such a lasting trace. However, Wrinkles, who recently gained fame after the “Dance Moms” era, said they are now in the spotlight. Break-in was years ago, but Wrinkle told Bure, “I remember it.”

Bure replied, “As a mom, it’s painful to make me feel that way, and I’m sorry for my mom to do that for my daughter.”

With all of TikTok’s drama cleared, Bure said everything was “everything good in terms of JoJo,” claiming that lessons of kindness, attentiveness, and elegance were the main points from social media carfaffles. To do.

“No matter how many followers you have, even the 10-second trend TikTok can do damage because our words and actions are important …. we are all around us. It affects people, “Bure said.

The actor also apologized to other fans who did not have a pleasant encounter with her.

“If you personally come across me and I wasn’t the person you wanted or expected, I’m sorry. I’m sorry in the sense that you’re often asked for photos and autographs,” she said. Said. “It’s my pleasure to do it 99% of the time. It’s my pleasure to talk to people …. I’m still human.”

This story was originally Los Angeles Times..