Final fall, Candace Cameron Bure sparked backlash when she grew to become the chief creative officer for Nice American Household (GAF) the newest Hallmark competitor which intends to maintain “conventional marriage on the core.”
Bure’s Full Home/Fuller Home co-star and on-screen sibling Jodie Sweetin seemingly shaded Bure by “liking” posts that slammed GAF’s values. The actress has been vocally supportive of LGBTQ+ rights through the years, so when her current film, Craft Me A Romance, was offered to GAF, she was understandably not thrilled.
In a press release offered to People Magazine, Sweetin said she didn’t have management over the sale, and is “disillusioned” that it’s going to land over at GAF. She additionally pledged to ship any proceeds or cash from the sale to LGBTQ+ orgs. Learn the remainder of the assertion beneath:
Generally, we, as actors, don’t have management over which community buys the initiatives we’re in, nor are we part of the method by which they get offered. So I used to be very stunned to be taught by studying about it within the press yesterday that the impartial movie I labored on over a 12 months in the past was offered to Nice American Household. I’m disillusioned, however in step with my mission of supporting the LGBTQ+ household, any potential or future cash created from this sale will likely be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations.
Sweetin and Bure starred alongside one another all through the ’90s and once more for the Full Home revival which aired from 2016-2020. Since then, the solid has reunited for varied occasions, although it looks as if there could be just a little an excessive amount of rigidity lately.