By Corey Atad.

Candace Cameron may be responding to Matthew Koma’s recent duet with her Fourth of July TikTok.

In a post on his TikTok feed, the musician and husband of Hilary Duff posted a Duet of a video Candace Cameron Bure shared on July 4.


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Bure’s original video has her decked out in patriotic American gear while blasting the song “Born in the USA”, by Bruce Springsteen.

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But Koma points out that the Springsteen song may not be patriotic in the way Bure seems to think.

“Yeah that, the song you’re playing? Yeah, it’s about veterans coming home from Vietnam and being treated like s**t,” he says. “Yeah, it’s not about the Fourth of July.”


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It seems Bure may have seen the TikTok now as she shared a new social media post that could be a reaction to the critique.

In her newest Instagram Story, the actress shared a passage from the bible. She captioned the story: “Scripture memory day.”

Candace Cameron Bure – Photo: Instagram/@candacecbure
Candace Cameron Bure – Photo: Instagram/@candacecbure

In the video the actress reads out a passage from Isaiah 12:2 that goes, “The lord is my salvation. I will trust him and not be afraid. For he, and he alone, is my strength and my defender. He has become my salvation.”

The roasting of Bure comes after a recent flap with JoJo Siwa, who had shared in a TikTok video that the “Full House” star was the rudest celebrity she’d met.

Siwa and Bure later got on a phone call to hash things out, and Bure apologized. Siwa explained that her revelation was in reference to Bure declining to take a photo with her when she was 11.





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