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Candace Cameron Bure unfollows Jodie Sweetin after marriage comments backlash

Their house is a little less full. Candace Cameron Bure has unfollowed Jodie Sweetin on Instagram after Sweetin defended JoJo Siwa against Bure’s controversial comments about “traditional marriage.” Although the “Christmas Detour” star cut digital ties with Sweetin, the “Just Swipe” actress still follows Bure. Bure, 46, and Sweetin, 40, rose to fame together while starring as sisters on the late-’80s sitcom “Full House” for eight seasons. Years later, they reprised their roles on Netflix’s “Fuller House” and have stayed close — until now. A devout Christian, Bure came under fire for an interview released earlier this month in which she said she was...
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'Full House' Co-Stars Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin In 'Pretty Serious' Dispute: Report

Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin have different perspectives on various matters, according to a report. Sweetin made headlines when she publicly supported JoJo Siwa after the latter called out her "Full House" co-star Cameron Bure for her "traditional marriage" remark. The "Christmas Under Wraps" star has also unfollowed Sweetin on Instagram. Sweetin still follows her on the social media platform.

Candace Cameron Bure Solidifies Falling Out With Jodie Sweetin

The saga of “traditional marriage” goes on as Candace Cameron Bure unfollows her co-star Jodie Sweetin who decided to step into the chat and seemingly take sides. The actress made it clear she will not waver when it comes to her values and there is nothing wrong with standing in what is important to you. There is also nothing wrong with cleaning house!

Jodie Sweetin is 'not opposed' to a Fuller House reboot

Jodie Sweetin is "not opposed" to the idea of another 'Full House' reboot. The 40-year-old actress is best known for her role as Stephanie Tanner in the classic ABC comedy as well as its Netflix sequel 'Fuller House' but believes a third incarnation of the show could happen if it was done in a similar vein to fellow sitcom 'The Golden Girls', which followed Betty White, Bea Arthur, Rue McClanahan, and Estelle Getty as four retired women who share a home together.