In an Instagram video, Candace responded, “I immediately tried to reach out to her through mutual friends, and my publicist contacted her manager, and I DM’d her because I didn’t know what happened — I didn’t know! [JoJo] actually didn’t want to tell me [what had happened] because she said it’s so silly, she felt bad, and that’s why it just wasn’t a big deal to her. But then she said, ‘I met you at the Fuller House premiere when I was 11 years old, and we were all on the red carpet. I had come up to you and said, “Can I have a picture with you?” and you said to me, “Not right now.” And then proceeded to do what you were doing and take pictures with other people on the red carpet.'”

She said that she apologized to JoJo, who purpotedly told her, “Yeah, you weren’t even mean, and I get it now as an adult — when you’re on the red carpet and everything’s happening and you’re being pulled in different directions. But at that time, I was 11.”

Candace said, “I told JoJo how much I’ve always appreciated her because she has been a good role model because of her positivity throughout her whole life and career. She said she still loves watching Full House and watches it to fall asleep, and it’s a comfort show for her, so we had all the feels, and it was all good, and there’s no drama.”

Then, JoJo told Page Six, “I had a rough experience when I was little. I was 11, and I was a big, big fan, and I wanted to take a picture with her, and it wasn’t a good time for her. I will say because I had a bad experience, that doesn’t mean that she is an awful human. I think it just was an inconvenient time for her, and little 11-year-old me was just so pumped up and so excited, but that doesn’t mean she’s the worst human ever.”





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