Candace Cameron Bure hits again at accusations she's mendacity about her fast-food habits

  • Candace Cameron Bure maintains that the one quick meals she’s eaten in 20 years is In-N-Out.
  • Her rep advised Insider Bure “solely ordered an iced tea” throughout a Chick-Fil-A visit together with her son in 2012.
  • Doubters on the web thought the Chick-Fil-A photograph was proof they’d caught the “Full Home” star in a lie.

Candace Cameron Bure is setting the report straight about her fast-food consuming habits, sustaining her declare that she hasn’t eaten quick meals apart from the west coast chain In-N-Out Burger in 20 years, regardless of a 2012 image that includes her and considered one of her two sons with Chick-fil-A.

In an e mail assertion to Insider, a consultant for Bure stated that web sleuths who assume they dug up proof that she’s mendacity are mistaken. 

“Candace advised me that she drove her son to get meals at Chick-fil-A and he or she solely ordered an iced tea for herself. Candace is barely holding a cup,” the consultant wrote in an emailed assertion, additionally calling the tales circulating on-line about her mendacity “unfaithful” and “ridiculous.” 

Candace Cameron Bure smiles and moves her hands.


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Buzzfeed and Web page Six captured a current Instagram story by which Bure wrote that she hasn’t eaten quick meals, besides In-N-Out Burger, in 20 years. 

“Some days I’m wondering what a burger and fries is like from McDonald’s or Burger King or Wendy’s or any of these different locations I’ve by no means eaten at,” she wrote, including in a follow-up story that she’s additionally by no means eaten Taco Bell.

“I do not remorse it. You possibly can’t persuade me in any other case,” she concluded. 

Then, web sleuths found a now-deleted 2012 Instagram post, that includes an image by which the “Full Home” star stated she’d just lately been to Chick-fil-A together with her son. “We love chikin!” she wrote in a caption that she additionally shared to Twitter.

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Bure visits Hallmark Channel’s “Residence & Household.”

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Bure has been making headlines over the previous yr for different, extra severe controversies.

In July 2022, dancer and social-media star JoJo Siwa posted a since-deleted TikTok suggesting that Bure was the “rudest” movie star she’d ever met. Within the fallout that ensued, the 2 celebrities shared completely different reminiscences of a red-carpet encounter on the premiere of “Fuller Home” in 2016, when Siwa would’ve been about 12 years outdated.

Then, in November 2022, Bure made headlines once more for telling the Wall Avenue Journal she thinks her new community Nice American Household will persist with telling tales about “conventional marriage,” implying that it would not be that includes LGBTQ love tales in its TV motion pictures. 

Bure obtained public criticism from many celebrities for the remark, together with Siwa, who stated she did not assume she’d communicate to Bure “ever once more” after Bure’s exclusionary comment. 

A number of months later, Bure shared her ideas on “cancel tradition” on a February 2023 episode of the “Unapologetic” podcast hosted by Julia Jeffress Sadler. 

Requested by Sadler to share recommendation for younger people who find themselves scared to say their Christian beliefs for worry of being “persecuted,” the “Fuller Home” star stated, “It is exhausting it doesn’t matter what. Particularly when you find yourself a compassionate particular person and you’ve got a coronary heart for folks.” 

“But it surely’s vital that we communicate reality, however in love,” she continued. Bure added that folks have a tendency to not take heed to others when they’re “indignant” whereas sharing their beliefs. “However, it is vital that we do not again down,” she stated.