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29-7-2022  

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In an agitated message, Natasha Cameron Bure, the daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, tells JoJo Siwa that she has to "grow up."Natasha Bure has spoken up to defend her mother.

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"With all due respect, hearing 'no' from another person about taking a picture with you is hardly a 'tough experience.'" According to Us Weekly, Natasha said this on July 28 in an Instagram Story that has since been removed. "Today's youth are too sensitive and lack any sort of moral fortitude."

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Natasha allegedly ordered JoJo, who was 19 at the time, to "grow up" and added that "there are worse challenges in this world than this." The statement was made public by the site.

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This letter comes after JoJo stated that she had a "bad encounter" with the Full House star a number of years ago. Natasha has responded to JoJo's comments. In a video that was acquired by Page Six, JoJo explains, "I was 11, and I was a huge, big admirer, and I wanted to take a photo with her, and it wasn't a good moment for her." JoJo was speaking in reference to the period when she was 11.

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Candace took to Instagram with a video of her own to clear the air after JoJo posted her initial TikTok calling Candace "rude." The actress noted that she had a phone call with JoJo because she had "no idea" where JoJo's feelings were coming from. After JoJo posted her initial TikTok, Candace took to Instagram with a video of her own to clear the air.

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Candace elaborated by stating that JoJo had remarked, "When I was 11 years old, I attended the premiere of Fuller House and that's where I first saw you. And there we were, standing on the red carpet, when I approached you and said, "Can I have a photo with you?

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 but you declined, telling me, "Not right now." After that, you continued doing what you were doing and taking pictures with other people who were also standing on the red carpet."

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When Candace found out about this, she reportedly informed JoJo about it "I feel bad that I kind of shattered your heart when you were 11 years old, and "Ugh!" I feel awful, and I'm sorry, JoJo, for the inconvenience.

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 In a subsequent comment, the influential person said, "I will state that just because I had a negative experience with her does not indicate that she is a terrible human being."

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