JoJo Siwa: Candace Cameron Bure is the 'rudest celebrity I've met'

JoJo Siwa: Candace Cameron Bure is the ‘rudest celebrity I’ve met’

JoJo Siwa has called out Candace Cameron Bure as the “rudest celebrity” she has ever met in a viral new TikTok video.

The clip, which has already racked up 14 million views, showed Siwa, 19, quickly flashing photos of celebrities to categorize them as the “rudest,” “nicest” and her “crush,” among others.

When it came time to reveal the “rudest celebrity I’ve met,” Siwa showed a photo on her phone of Cameron Bure, 46, in a short-sleeve maroon turtleneck while filming Fuller House.

“Pool day = exposed hahahha,” the pop star captioned the post.

Cameron Bure has yet to address Siwa’s shady video.

It is unclear when Siwa’s allegedly unpleasant interaction with Cameron Bure took place, but she did attend the Fullers House premiere in 2016.

They both also competed on Dancing With the Starsalbeit on separate seasons.

As for the other categories, Siwa listed Zendaya as her celebrity crush, Miley Cyrus as the “nicest” celebrity she has met, Elton John as the “coolest” and SpongeBob SquarePants as the celebrity who did her “dirty.”

the Boomerang singer may have said SpongeBob as a reference to her rollercoaster of a relationship with Nickelodeon.

Siwa, who came out as gay in January 2021, claimed she “wasn’t invited” to the network’s 2022 Kids’ Choice Awards in April.

“I’m not sure why, but I just didn’t get an invite,” she said in an Instagram video at the time, noting in another post that the awards show still played a song of hers.

Siwa previously called out Nickelodeon and accused the channel of barring her from performing any of the music she recorded for the J-Team movie on tour last fall. The film, which was released on Paramount+, featured six original songs co-written by Siwa.

“These are MY songs, MY voice, MY writing. Does this seem fair???” she wrote in since-deleted tweets. “Working for a company as a real human being treated as only a brand is fun until it’s not.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission.


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