JoJo Siwa Makes Up with Candace Cameron Bure After Calling Her Rude on TikTok
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Things are now good between Dancing with the Stars alums JoJo Siwa and Candace Cameron Bure. For those who may have missed it, Siwa labeled the Full House star as the rudest celebrity she’s ever met . Bure responded in her own video, sharing that she and Siwa had talked.
Candace Cameron Bure Apologizes to JoJo Siwa
Earlier this week, Siwa took part in a TikTok trend showing photos of various celebrities. The video included Zendaya as her celebrity crush and Miley Cyrus as the nicest celebrity she’s met. Within the video, she quickly shared a photo of Bure, calling her the “rudest celebrity I’ve met.”
Bure ended up responding to the drama in an Instagram video, saying she was “shocked” when she learned about it. She got in touch with Siwa, who said she didn’t expect the TikTok to blow up like that. Bure asked her what she did that was rude, since she only remembered meeting Siwa on The Kelly Clarkson Show.
Bure said Siwa initially didn’t want to tell her, because it’s “so silly, she felt bad.” It turns out that Siwa attended the premiere of Fuller House when she was 11 years old and Bure declined to take a photo with her. From there, Bure went on to take pictures with other people on the red carpet.
In response, Bure acknowledged that she “broke your 11-year-old heart,” apologizing for what happened. Siwa apparently told Bure that she understands her side of things now, “when you’re on the red carpet and everything’s happening and you’re being pulled in different directions.”
Bure Advised People to Be Careful What They Post
“If you’ve ever personally run into me and I was not the person you were hoping or expecting, I just want to say I’m sorry,” Bure said to those watching, adding that most of the time she’s happy to talk to people, but she’s “still a human being … and sometimes you have bad days.”
However, she also advised everyone to be careful what they post on social media. With the rise of TikTok, the possibility of going viral is higher than ever. Considering Siwa has over 42 million TikTok followers, the video definitely got around to a lot of people.
“I think that the lesson we can learn is to be mindful of no matter how many followers you have, even a 10 second trending TikTok video can do damage,” Bure said. “Because our words matter and our actions matter and whether you have 50 million followers or 500 followers or five followers, we all influence the people around us.”