In a famous TikTok video, JoJo Siwa dished about her “tough experience” with Candace Cameron Bure, whom she had previously called the “rudest celebrity” she had ever met.
A video of Siwa, 19, saying “You know, I had a hard experience when I was little,” was obtained exclusively by Page Six on Tuesday. “I wanted to take a picture with her when I was 11 and I was a huge fan, but it wasn’t a good time for her.”However, the YouTuber stressed that Cameron Bure’s persona is not reflected in the interaction’s negative tone.
Just because I had a poor encounter doesn’t indicate she’s a horrible person,” Siwa added. Little eleven-year-old me was just so fired up and excited, but I don’t think she’s the worst human being ever because of it.
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“It just, you know, it was a terrible experience for me,” the ex-“Dance Moms”, star said. On Sunday, Siwa posted a TikTok video in which she called Cameron Bure, 46, the “rudest celebrity” she had ever met, sparking an unusual feud between the two celebrities.
Cameron Bure appeared to respond first by uploading a mysterious Bible phrase to her Instagram Story. She posted a verse from Isaiah 26:4, which said, “Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an eternal rock.”
Natasha, the actress’ 23-year-old daughter, also commented on the situation on social media, calling her mother the “coolest.”On Tuesday, Cameron Bure addressed the event head-on for the first time and apologized to JoJo Siwa. She went on to say that as a mom, she felt even worse about perhaps hurting Siwa’s mother’s sentiments.
Cameron Bure echoed the sentiment, adding, “Even a 10-second popular TikTok video can do damage because our words matter and our deeds count.”After Cameron Bure apologized to Jojo Siwa, Tori Spelling said it was “inspiring.”
“I recognize you as a kindred spirit!” The 49-year-old former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star responded to her friend’s video apologies on Instagram. I was impressed by how well you articulated that. While seeing this video, I started crying. This is absolutely true. You really are a motivation to others. Love u. Xo.”
At the same time, Kelly Rizzo, the widow of Cameron Bure’s “Full House” co-star Bob Saget, described the whole thing as “wild.”