Natasha Cameron Bure, the actress’s daughter, reportedly reacted angrily to JoJo Siwa’s claim that Bure was the “rudest celebrity” she had ever encountered. Natasha defended her mother on Instagram on Thursday night, according to Entertainment Tonight. Respectfully, a person declining your request for a photo is hardly a “tough experience,” Natasha allegedly wrote in the since-deleted Instagram story, according to ET. The 23-year-old went on to say that this generation is really weak-willed and sensitive. “Be mature. This is hardly the biggest problem facing the globe.”
Although Siwa was unsatisfied with their exchange, Natasha said, Bure is “the most lovely, soft-spoken, remorseful, class act” and not “rude.” According to ET, Natasha stated, “There are people who are dying in other countries, and there are children who are starving.” “Those people are going through a difficult time.” Insider’s request for response was not immediately answered by Siwa’s representatives. Natasha’s remarks follow Siwa’s recent Tik Tok video in which she described the “Full House” actor as the rudest celebrity she has ever encountered.
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In the original video, which was published on Sunday, Siwa chose the “rudest celebrity” she’s ever encountered during a game that is presently trending on the site without mentioning Bure by name, but she suddenly flashed a photo of the “Full House” star across the screen. On Tuesday, Bure clarified things on Instagram. The “Full House” actress claimed she and Siwa had a “wonderful talk” over the phone after Siwa called her the most impolite celebrity. Bure even claimed to have apologized to the 19-year-old for the upsetting experience.
Furthermore, Bure said that Siwa heard her admitting that she recognized the reason the memory was unfavorable and that she had admitted, “I kind of destroyed your 11-year-old heart, I didn’t take a picture with you.” Siwa later admitted that “not all the narrative was given” and that “it’s a tricky scenario” to “Where Is The Buzz” on the red carpet for “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” on Wednesday night. Siwa said that Bure’s interaction with her on the red carpet, as Bure described in her Tuesday Instagram video, was the cause of her feelings for Bure.
Siwa spoke to the day on the red carpet of the “Fuller House” premiere when Bure allegedly blew her off by saying, “I don’t want to take a picture with you. Eleven-year-old me was really, really heartbroken when she didn’t take a picture with me.” Bure allegedly walked back to locate her mother after refusing to take a photo with her, according to Siwa. She observed the celebrity posing for pictures with other children as she turned around to face Bure.