Jojo Siwa said she doesn't think she'll ever speak to Candace Cameron Bure again after her comments about traditional marriages
- JoJo Siwa said she doesn't think she'll ever speak to Candace Cameron Bure again.
- "We have not [talked], and I don't think we ever will again," Siwa told People.
JoJo Siwa said she doesn't think she'll ever speak to Candace Cameron Bure again after the "Fuller House" star's comments about "traditional" marriage in movies on her new network, Great American Family.
"We have not [talked], and I don't think we ever will again," Siwa told People at Disney+'s "Elton John Live: Farewell from Dodger Stadium" in Los Angeles on Sunday.
Cameron Bure told the Wall Street Journal that her new network Great American Family would focus on "traditional marriage" instead of portraying queer love stories.
"That's what's fucked up," Siwa continued, according to People. "You not liking gay marriage, do your thing girl. You being religious, do your thing girl. Of course, I would want everybody to do what they want to do. But to purposely exclude someone because of who they love, that's shitty."
"I am being honest and maybe being a little disruptive to somebody's life, but it's what I believe in," Siwa added.
Siwa and Cameron Bure previously got into a tiff when Siwa said in a TikTok video that Bure was the rudest celebrity she had ever met. They had buried the hatchet, according to Bure, before the "Fuller House" star made her recent comments about traditional marriage on her network.
After receiving public criticism from stars like Siwa and "One Tree Hill" star Hilarie Burton Morgan, Bure's representatives shared Bure's statement with Insider.
"It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I intentionally would want to offend and hurt anyone," the statement read, in part. "It saddens me that the media is often seeking to divide us, even around a subject as comforting and merry as Christmas movies. But, given the toxic climate in our culture right now, I shouldn't be surprised," the statement read in part.
"To the members of the media responsible for using this opportunity to fan flames of conflict and hate, I have a simple message: I love you anyway," Bure continued in the statement. "To those who hate what I value and who are attacking me online: I love you. To those who have tried to assassinate my character: I love you. To everyone reading this, of any race, creed, sexuality, or political party, including those who have tried to bully me with name-calling, I love you."
Representatives for Candace Cameron Bure and JoJo Siwa did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for further comment.
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