Candace Cameron Bure shares a secret post about ‘humility’ following an unlikely feud with JoJo Siwa.
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Candace Cameron Bure shares a secret message on Instagram.
Candace Cameron Bure shared a bible verse on Instagram on Thursday that mentions the importance of ‘humility’.
“Do nothing out of selfishness or arrogance, humbly value others above me,” the Instagram Story post said. [Philippians 2:3].’
A Fuller House graduate wrote with the message ‘The lesson I keep learning’.
Cameron Bure previously shared another passage from Isaiah on Instagram.
He said, ‘Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is the eternal Rock.’
The 46-year-old star shared another phrase in her Instagram story on Friday, July 29.
The quote says, ‘The Lord is near to all who call on him, even to all who call on him.’
If you don’t know, Cameron Bure’s secret message came after JoJo Siwa voted her as the ‘most rude celebrity’ she’d ever met in a TikTok clip on Sunday.
Candace Cameron Bure apologizes to JoJo Siwa
Jojo Siwa’s clip went viral on social media networks promoting Candace Cameron Bure to reach out to 19-year-old YouTubers.
The Full House star shared in a video that she and Siwa had a ‘great conversation’ to clear up the whole mess.
Cameron Bure says she’s ‘where’ after viral TikTok clip [ the diss] On.’
However, the Hallmark Channel actress has publicly apologized for her behavior in the past.
‘I broke your eleven-year-old’s heart,’ she said, ‘I didn’t take a picture with you!’
Natasha Bure defends her mother.
Candace Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure wasn’t impressed with her mother’s unwanted attention at JoJo Siwa’s insistence.
The 23-year-old actress somewhat darkened the So You Think You Can Dance judges in her Instagram story on Thursday.
In the post that was later deleted, he said, ‘Unfortunately, a person who says ‘no’ to taking a picture with you is not a ‘difficult experience’.
“This generation is too sensitive and has no bones,” he said.
She went on to say, ‘There is a bigger problem in this world than this. There are people dying in other countries, and children dying of starvation. They are having a difficult experience.’
Natasha ended her statement by telling Shiwa, ‘Grow up’.