Candace Cameron Bure has been spotted after it emerged that she had dumped her former Full House co-star Jodie Sweetin.
The former Hallmark star, 46, smiled as she stepped out in Los Angeles on Monday, weeks after being embroiled in controversy over her “traditional marriage” remarks.
Candace wore a striped shirt, high-waisted black pants and sleek sneakers as she stepped out after cutting digital ties with Sweetin, whom she first met in 1986 when they were cast as sisters in the ABC’s hit sitcom Full House.
A divided house? Candace Cameron Bure was spotted in Los Angeles on Monday after it emerged she had dumped her former Full House co-star Jodie Sweetin
Her blonde hair whipped in the breeze as she walked through a parking lot with her keys, cellphone and water bottle in hand.
She applied a touch of lip gloss, blush and posed a pair of earrings to liven up the look.
Despite more than three decades of friendship and recently starring in the spin-off of their hit Netflix series, Candace and Jodie seem to be at odds over Bure’s recent comments about her plans to work with a network that only describes the ” traditional marriage”. ‘
Although Sweetin didn’t press the unsubscribe button on her longtime friend’s account, she recently showed her support for JoJo Siwa, who posted a post with the title “Candace Cameron Bure’s plan for a new cable channel: no gays”.
Hitting her stride: Her blonde hair whipped in the breeze as she walked through a parking lot with her keys, cellphone and water bottle in hand
Quarrel ? Bure ditched her former co-star Jodie, whom she first met in 1986 when they were cast as sisters on ABC’s hit sitcom Full House; seen in 2018
The Los Angeles-born actress, 40, said in comments on the feed of Siwa, 19 – who was in a public spat with Bure earlier this year – “You know I love you” with emoticons of two red hearts.
Sweetin, who played Stephanie Tanner on the show alongside Bure, received over 10,000 fan responses, many of whom were supportive of the message she sent with her kind words to Siwa.
‘At least she has the support of one of the ‘tanner sisters’… you really should talk to your daughter @candacecbure. Looks like she needs a refresher in Christianity, God loves ALL of his children!’ one user commented.
Not followed: Despite more than three decades of friendship and recently starring in the spin-off of their hit Netflix series, the couple seem to be at odds over Bure’s recent comments about his intention to work with a network that only describes the ‘traditional wedding’ (pictured in 2019)
Another said: “I love you, Jodie. I’m sure these situations put you in a difficult situation, but thank you for always standing up for our community. You are awesome.’
One user referenced her characters on the show, writing, “I knew I always liked Stephanie more than DJ.”
Sweetin’s remarks came as Bure faced backlash for saying his new television network would focus on “traditional marriage” rather than same-sex couples.
Disbelief: Although Sweetin didn’t hit the unsubscribe button on her longtime friend’s account, she recently showed her support for JoJo Siwa, who posted a post with the headline: ‘Candace Cameron Bure’s Plan for a new cable channel: no gays”.
‘You know I love you’: Sweetin appeared to take a swipe at her co-star in a thread comment
Bure came under fire after revealing in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that she expected the new television network she was now shooting Christmas movies with, the Great American Family Network, not to feature couples. same sex in lead roles.
“I think Great American Family will keep traditional marriage at heart,” she said.
Siwa, who recently had a falling out with Bure after he called her the “rudest celebrity” she had ever met, also called her “rude and hurtful”.
“I honestly can’t believe after everything that happened just a few months ago that she would not only create a movie with the intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, but also talk about it in the press. It’s rude and hurtful to a whole community of people,’ she posted on Instagram, prompting Sweetin’s response.
Supporting daughter: On her Instagram Stories, Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure praised her mother for her “boldness” and “steadfastness in her faith” – before addressing the controversy directly by posting a family photo on its account
On her Instagram Stories, Cameron Bure’s daughter Natasha Bure praised her mum for being “bold” and “steadfast in her faith” – before addressing the controversy directly by posting a family photo to her account.
‘My favorite people in the whole world ❤️ The Lord has blessed me with the best parents I could have ever asked for… Uplifting us in the word of God and glorifying HIS name. I don’t know where I would be without them two,” she captioned the family photo.
“Love you @candacecbure for continually choosing Christ above all else,” she wrote in part of the caption.
The praise continued on her Instagram Stories, where she said her favorite thing about her mother was her dedication to her faith.
“How much she loves Jesus and how firm she is in her faith,” she posted. ‘I love you @candacecbure.
Defending her mother: Natasha praised her mother in a lengthy Instagram post shared after the interview was published as she shared a family photo on her account; in the picture 2019
‘She’s bold’: The praise continued on her Instagram Stories, where she said her favorite thing about her moth was her dedication to her faith
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