Jodie Sweetin appeared to throw shade at her former “Full House” co-star Candace Cameron Bure for choosing to join a network that only focuses on showcasing “traditional marriage.”

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"truly, I can't really accept that after all that went down only a couple of months prior, that she wouldn't just make a film with goal of barring LGBTQIA+

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Sweetin's remark earned almost 2,550 likes and motivated a few fans to voice their own viewpoint on the debate.

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"@jodiesweetin I generally preferred Stephanie more than DJ in any case," one individual remarked, alluding to Sweetin and Cameron Bure's particular "Full House" jobs.

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In her post, Siwa hammered Cameron Bure for being "impolite and destructive" to the LGBTQIA+ people group.

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"truly, I can't completely accept that after all that went down only a couple of months prior, that she wouldn't just make a film with aim of barring LGBTQIA+

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However, others slammed Sweetin, 40, for throwing Cameron Bure under the bus after years of apparent friendship.

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“@jodiesweetin thought you a candace were friends. grew up together. but you still take the side of someone you barely know just because they have the same viewpoint as you,” one critic said.

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Sweetin and Cameron Bure both starred in “Full House” from  1987 to 1995. They then reunited for the Netflix reboot, “Fuller House,” from 2016 to 2020.

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