Candace Cameron Bure‘s daughter is not letting go of her famous mother’s beef with JoJo Siwa … she’s defending mom and clapping back at JoJo, essentially telling her to stop acting like a child.
In a since-deleted Instagram Story posted on her account Thursday, Natasha Bure ripped JoJo, saying … “Respectfully, someone saying ‘no’ to taking a photo with you is not a ‘rough experience.’ This generation is so sensitive and has no backbone.”
Natasha didn’t stop there, telling JoJo … “There are bigger issues in this world than this. Grow up.”
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The Candace and JoJo beef started earlier this month when Siwa put the “Fuller House” actress on blast, calling her the “rudest celebrity” she’s ever met … a grudge brewing for several years over a photo snub.
JoJo later explained she was 11 years old when she asked Candace for a photo at a “Fuller House” premiere and got denied, only to watch CCB take pics with others. JoJo called the snub a “bad experience.”
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Candace tried to ease tensions with JoJo this week, claiming the two hashed out the incident and put it behind them, framing it as a learning experience for all.
But now, Candace’s daughter is reviving the feud.
BTW … Natasha is 23 and JoJo is 19, so they’re from the same generation.
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