As Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin have taken opposite viewpoints regarding “traditional marriage,” their feud has escalated on social media.
Cameron Bure, 46, unfollowed her former Full House costar’s Instagram account earlier this month, while Sweetin, 40, still keeps up with her TV sister’s social media posts at the time of publication.
The Aurora Teagarden Mystery star and the UnSweetined author rose to fame playing siblings DJ and Stephanie Tanner, respectively, on ABC’s Full House. After the sitcom wrapped in 1995 after eight seasons, the two actresses later reprised their roles on Netflix’s Fuller House. After the streaming series wrapped in 2020, Cameron Bure and Sweetin have stayed close. In fact, the California native — and their former costars — all scored invites to Sweetin’s July nuptials to Mescal Wasilewski.
Cameron Bure and Sweetin’s once-tight bond seemingly faltered by November after the former View host made headlines for her controversial views about marriage equality.
Cameron Bure’s remarks swiftly sparked backlash among the likes of Hilarie Burton, Sophia Bush and JoJo Siwa. Sweetin, for her part, backed the 19-year-old Dance Moms alum.
The Growing Pains alum has since issued a public statement addressing the backlash.
While Cameron Bure has moved on from the drama, Sweetin has doubled down on her defense. The My Perfect Romance actress reposted Holly Robinson Peete’s social media call for inclusivity via her Instagram Story on Saturday, November 26.