Jojo Siwa named Candace Cameron Bure the “rudest” celebrity she’s met in a recent TikTok video.
Bure referenced a Bible verse in her Instagram story on July 25.
The next day, the “Fuller House” star posted an Instagram video saying she spoke with Siwa.
Jojo Siwa revealed that Candace Cameron Bure is the rudest celebrity she’s met in a recent TikTok video.
In the video, posted on Sunday, Siwa didn’t say Bure’s name, but she flashed a picture of the “Full House” star across the screen when picking the “rudest celebrity” she’s met during a game that’s currently a trend on the platform .
It’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment and Siwa didn’t provide details of their meeting in the video. Instead, she went on to choose Zendaya as her celebrity crush her, Elton John as the coolest celebrity she ‘s met, and Miley Cyrus as the nicest celebrity she ‘s met.
On Tuesday, Bure’s representatives alerted Insider to Bure’s Instagram video addressing Siwa’s TikTok video. The “Fuller House” star explained that she reached out to Siwa to clear the air after seeing the video and the two had a “great discussion.” According to Bure, the younger star explained her feelings her had been hurt when Bure declined to take a picture with Siwa when she was 11 years old on the “Fuller House” red carpet. Bure said there were now no hard feelings between the pair and asked everyone to “move on.”
You can watch the full video below.
Previously, Siwa and Bure had both appeared together on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” in December 2019. During the segment, Bure brought Siwa, Kelly Clarkson, and fellow guest Jason Aldean gifts.
“I heard that you like a lot of sweet things,” Bure told Siwa at the time. “So these are all cookie cutters and little recipe cards so you can have someone make them for you on tour.”
There does not appear to be tension between them in the clip.
The “Fuller House” star is not alone in receiving shade from Siwa. Later in the aforementioned Tiktok video, Siwa selected SpongeBob SquarePants as the “celebrity that did me dirty.”
The cartoon character is presumably a stand-in for his network, Nickelodeon. In April, Siwa shared on Instagram that she did n’t get invited to the network ‘s Kids Choice Awards, despite her being nominated for Favorite Social Music Star, Variety reported.
At the time, a source told Variety the snub was “an honest mistake” on the network’s part.
Siwa opened up to Today about her relationship with Nickelodeon while promoting her new series “Jojo Goes” in June.
“Things come up. Things go down. Right now, I’m OK, they’re OK,” she said. “We’re working. We’re good. Nobody wants to be mad, continue to fight, to be sad. Everyone wants to get along and that’s kind of the policy that I live by and that I choose to live by.”
The dancer came out as a member of the LGBTQ community in January 2021, the same year she called out Nickelodeon on Twitter for not letting her sing some of her original songs on tour. Kat Tenbarge reported on the tweets for Insider, which are now deleted.
As for Bure, she’s a well-known conservative and a former “queen of Christmas” at the Hallmark Channel. In November 2021, she told Insider that she was “very, very happy” to see Hallmark increasing diversity and “making changes” because all families look “so different.”
But in April, Bure announced she was leaving the network after a 14-year relationship to work for its rival, GAC (Great American Channels).
“I’m very excited to develop heartwarming family and faith-filled programming and make the kind of stories my family and I love to watch,” Bure said about her new relationship with GAC in a statement per Today.
“I am constantly looking for ways that I can inspire people to live life with purpose. GAC fits my brand perfectly; we share a vision of creating compelling wholesome content for an audience who wants to watch programming for and with the whole family. Great, quality entertainment with a positive message is what my partnership with GAC is all about!”
Update: July 26, 2022 — This story has been updated to reflect Candace Cameron Bure’s Instagram story addressing Siwa’s video on July 26, 2022.
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