JoJo Siwa Would not Remorse Candace Cameron Bure Feud

Bear in mind, final 12 months, she named Candace the rudest superstar she’d ever met whereas collaborating in a viral TikTok development.

JoJo defined that when she was 11, she tried taking an image with the Full Home star, however was instructed no as a result of it “wasn’t a good time for her.” Candace later apologized to JoJo for the encounter and mentioned she’d additionally had a non-public dialog along with her to easy issues over.

“Then after that, dust settled, and so I was like, all right, fine, whatever, she’s cool, I just won’t speak of her again to the internet, like just keep it private,” JoJo defined on a brand new episode of The Viall Recordsdata. “I actually had a little bit of like, ‘I shouldn’t have posted that, she didn’t need that, I didn’t need that, like, let’s learn the lesson for next time.'”

However then Candace did that interview with the Wall Road Journal, through which she mentioned that the Nice American Household Community — the place she works — would maintain “traditional marriage at the core” of its programming, suggesting it would not characteristic LGBTQ {couples}. JoJo, who’s queer, mentioned on the time that she discovered the feedback “rude” and “hurtful to a whole community of people.”

She additionally instructed Nick she wished Candace “was able to be a little more open, more accepting” and mentioned, finally, she was “OK with calling her out in the way that I did.”

“For a while, I regretted it. But after I found … that article about her not wanting anything to do with LGBTQIA, that’s my people. And I’ve got to stand up for my people. That’s messed up.”

“It wasn’t that she wants to do a movie about that,” JoJo shared. “It’s that she wants to do a movie about that to put down LGBTQIA, and that she was specifically going to make movies that had no representation of LGBTQIA.”

“It’s fine if you are doing it because it’s just your movie’s storyline, and it’s just it is what it is,” she added. “Not everything needs to be gay, essentially, but when you’re doing it out of spite to say, ‘Too much is about LGBTQ right now. You guys suck, and I want to make a movie about traditional marriage. And you’re not traditional.’ That got to me a little bit.”

Candace beforehand mentioned she was heartbroken by the backlash her feedback obtained and that she would by no means deliberately “offend and hurt anyone.” She hasn’t but responded to JoJo’s feedback, however we’ll let you already know if she does. Within the meantime, hearken to JoJo’s interview right here.