Candace Cameron Bure Solidifies Falling Out With Jodie Sweetin

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The "traditional marriage" saga continues as Candace Cameron Bure unfollows her co-star Jodie Sweetin, who decided to join the chat and seemingly take sides.
Candace Cameron is on a mission
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The actress made it clear that she won't waver when it comes to her values ​​and that there's nothing wrong with standing by what's important to you. There is nothing wrong with cleaning the house either!
Bure hopped on social media and made it a point to unfollow her former co-star Sweetin. The shady move comes after Sweetin also stood her ground and made her own comments about "traditional marriages."
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"You know I love you ❤️❤️," the actress wrote under JoJo Siwa's post, which slammed Bure after she said in an interview that she is leaving Hallmark, a channel she has helped adapt to "traditional families." -Focus movies with GAC.
"I'm really looking forward to creating heartwarming family and faith-filled programs and doing the kind of stories that my family and I love to see," said the Fuller House star. “GAC fits my brand perfectly; we share the vision of creating compelling, healthy content.”
JoJo Siwa didn't like that
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Dancer Siwa made it clear that she didn't like it. The 19-year-old reached out to Bure on Instagram. "Honestly, after everything that happened a few months ago, I can't believe that not only does she make a film with the intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but then she also talks about it in the press," she insisted.
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She ended her post by reminding Bure, "This is rude and hurtful to a whole community of people."
Hilarie Burton supported the reality TV star and slammed Bure as a "fanatic" for her point of view. “I don't remember Jesus liking hypocrites like Candy. Why, surely. Earn your money honey," she wrote on IG. "You ride this wave of prejudice to the bank."
Burton also called GAC CEO Bill Abbott, assuring viewers that he's not a great guy, and she called him about his behavior "years ago" when she and he were working with the Hallmark Channel at the same time.
Candace Cameron Bure doubles
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The Christmas movie star later spoke to The Wall Street Journal to clarify what she really meant by the misunderstood comment. She stated that she was confident "that the people behind Great American Family were Christians who loved the Lord and wanted to promote faith programs and good family entertainment."
Bure isn't interested in mincing words, and it seems she also lacks the tolerance for people because she wasted no time in taking a woman she's worked with for decades out of her life to remove.
Cameron Cameron Bure has a history with the LGBTQ+ community
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In the past, Bure has been open about working with all people regardless of who they lay down next to at night, saying it openly and in a positive light, assuring that on projects specifically engaging the LGBTQ+ community, they "100 % on board".
"I support everything we're going through as humans and would love for all of our characters to explore all of the current issues of our culture and society," she continued.
While she hasn't specifically said she's anti-community, celebs like Burton and Siwa are upsetting and now Sweetin seems to think it means her big move to GAC.
Candace Cameron Bure
American actress, producer, author and talk show panellist and Full House star
Jodie Sweetin
American actress and television personality

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