Natasha Bure applauds her mother’s message after backing Candace Cameron on her comment to “keep traditional marriage at the core” in Great Family Network.
Natasha Bure is at her mother’s side.
Candace Cameron Bure’s 24-year daughter stood behind her mother, the Full House star after she commented that Family Network would keep traditional marriage at its core. Candace Bure is the creative officer, and she passed this comment at her interview on 14 Nov with The Wall Street Journal.
Natasha wrote in her Instagram post, “I love you @candacebure for choosing Christ above all.” She applauded her mother for gracefully handling herself and keeping her spirituality high at all times.
“As they continuously twist the narrative to beat down on the kingdom, you stand firm in the faith,” she added.
Natasha stated that words often get twisted, which she feels very sad about.
“No matter how warped words get or the context changes, the enemy will not prevail.” “Society has gone completely out of hand with a firm belief on every strategically worded idea broadcasted by media followed by an ugly cancel culture.”
Natasha added, “I am lucky to have a view from you with a lens closer than any other and see how truly you are the real deal.”
Many celebrities called out Candace Cameron Bure on her controversial view after she confirmed there would be no same-sex couples featured on the Great American Family network.
Jojo, who came out as an LGBT community member, took to her Instagram to share her thoughts and seemingly alluded to the feud she had with Candace earlier in the year with Natasha getting involved.
“Honestly, I can’t believe that after everything that went down just a few months ago, she would create a movie to exclude LGBTQIA+,” Jojo said, “but also talk about it in the press.”
Jojo added that this is rude and hurtful to a whole community.
Another celebrity Hilarie Burton also took to social media to voice her opinion.
She wrote, “I don’t remember Jesus liking hypocrites like Candy, But sure. Make your money, honey. You ride that prejudice wave to the bank”.
We have reached out to Candace for for her opinion but have not received a comment yet.