JoJo Siwa | JoJo Siwa left Candace Cameron Bure’s row
JoJo Siwa and Candace Cameron Bure are now “civilians”.
The 19-year-old social media star went viral when she called the 46-year-old ‘Full House’ star the ‘rudest celebrity’ she had ever met on TikTok earlier this year, but she insisted she was now out of contention. and thinks she and the actress are “alive and thriving”.
She said, “I’ll be honest. I haven’t spoken to her at all since all of this. I think she’s alive and thriving. I think I’m alive and thriving.”
When asked if things are going well between them now, she added to E! News, “We’re… civilians? I don’t know,” JoJo added with a laugh. “I’ve had three issues since that one, so we’ve moved on.”
Following her post on TikTok calling Candace “rude,” JoJo opened up about her “difficult experience” with the actress.
She said: “You know, I had a tough experience when I was little. I was 11, and I was a big, big fan, and I wanted to take a picture with her, and it wasn’t. wasn’t the right time for her.”
But the former Nickelodeon star went on to explain that just because she had a “bad experience” she’s now seen that Candace isn’t “a horrible human.”
She added: “I will say that because I had a bad experience, that does not mean that she is an awful human. I think it was just an awkward moment for her, and me, the little one of 11 years old, I was so excited and so excited, but that doesn’t mean she’s the worst human ever.
Candace later apologized to JoJo for “breaking her heart” when they met.
She revealed that JoJo told her, “You know, I met you at the premiere of ‘Fuller House’ and I was 11. And we were all on the red carpet and I walked up to you and I said, ‘Can I have a picture with you?’ and you said to me, ‘Not now,’ and then you kept doing what you were doing and taking pictures with other people on the red carpet.”
Candace claims she spoke to the former ‘Dance Moms’ star and cleared the air and they’re “all good”.
She received backlash from trolls after the video went viral and reminded people to be “watchful” of what they say online.
In her own Instagram video, Candace said, “I think the lesson we can learn is to keep in mind that no matter how many followers you have, even a 10-second TikTok trending video can do damage.
“Because our words matter and our actions matter and whether you have 50 million followers or 500 followers or five followers, we impact everyone around us.”