Candace Cameron Bure Blasts Fuller House Critics as ‘Ridiculous,’ Posts Lustful Kiss From Show

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This screenshot follows the passionate kiss in “Fuller House,” and is not the more graphic photograph posted on Candace Cameron Bure’s social networking pages.

Unrepentant talk show host and actress Candace Cameron Bure is taking issue with “negativity” and “religious debates” from her fans who are flooding her social media pages with concern about the content in “Fuller House”—a restart of the 80’s show “Full House”—which features immodesty, lesbian kissing, sexual and alcoholic references and other controversial content. Days after calling for an end, she posted a photograph of a scene where she jumps on a man who is not her husband and passionately kisses him.

“This is getting ridiculous!!” she fumed last Saturday, next to a cartoon of an annoyed Cameron Bure saying “c’mon.” “STOP having religious debates about me and my family on my comments thread after EVERY single photo I post when they have nothing to do with the picture!”

Cameron Bure instructed fans to ignore negative comments and to take the talk elsewhere.

“If someone makes a rude or negative comment, ignore it! You’re feeding and driving the negativity,” Cameron Bure continued. “This is NOT productive or respectful conversation. And I’m talking to BOTH sides! It’s getting old and downright ugly. This does not represent Jesus well.”

“Let’s encourage one another as well as take the debates to a private page,” she said, not addressing the concerns that caused the comments in the first place.

Fans had been posting remarks on Cameron Bure’s social media pages in expressing concern about her role in “Fuller House.”

“I’m a little dissapointed with the show,” one commenter wrote. “There are sexual references, immodest clothing, and you even said a curse word. It makes me sad.”

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“I quit watching the show after the fourth one. There is too much crude humor and half nakedness and body flinging,” another stated. “For somebody who’s supposed to be a Christian is trying to please both worlds—it’s sad it had to come to this. It’s not something today’s kids should watch either.”

“I doubt @kirkcameron would ever go on Fuller House,” a third wrote. “Really disappointed that @candacecbure turned her back on her beliefs by being on a show where kissing someone who isn’t her husband is done and where sexual innuendos and other ungodly things are promoted. I used to be a huge fan. Very sad.”

Fans went back and forth in discussing and debating their thoughts, as well as thoughts about Christianity and morality.

As previously reported, in the episode entitled “Funner House,” Cameron Bure, who plays D.J. Tanner, spends the evening drinking and dancing at a night club with her best friend Kimmy Gibbler and sister Stephanie Tanner.

As the women are preparing to leave the house, Tanner comments about her low-cut, short black dress, “I don’t know if I should be tugging this thing down or pulling it up.”

The women, who refer to themselves as the “She-Wolf Pack,” go to a night club called “Euphoria,” where they decide to order tequila shots. While at the club, Tanner tells Gibbler about her idea to do the “Dirty Dancing” routine together, and sister Stephanie Tanner speaks to M.C. Macy Gray about performing the song to get back at Gibbler’s “two-timing ex.”

During the dance-off, which also includes two men dancing suggestively, Tanner concocts a means to win by “bust[ing] out our big Dirty Dancing lift.”

“Sure that’s not the tequila talking?” Gibbler asks.

“Well, yeah, it totally is,” Tanner replies.

As the women win the dance-off, they are announced by Macy Gray as “luscious lesbians,” at which neither Tanner or her friend bat an eye.

“And the winners are these two luscious lesbians!” Gray declares. “Get up here you sexy people!”

“We’re the sexy people!” Tanner proclaims as she hurries to the stage and grabs the microphone. “I was just gonna stay in tonight, but my friends insisted that I go out and have some adult fun. They knew I needed to take care of me. Oh, I love you guys so d*rn much! Thank you, Euphoria! And the wait staff and the bartenders!”

“Shots for everybody! She-Wolf Pack is buying!” she announces.

The 12th episode of “Fuller House,” entitled “Save the Dates,” shows Kimmy Gibbler and Stephanie Tanner locking lips for several seconds until Gibbler’s ex-husband pulls them apart, and another contains a scene with heavy sexual references. Cameron Bure took down a photograph of her lingerie-type dress in the “Dirty Dancing” episode last month after fans quickly expressed concern.

“I am so sad! I thought @Candacecbure stands up for Christian values?!?!” one commenter wrote. “This makes me so sad. I can’t let my kids watch this. Is this how you dress?”

After taking issue with “negativity” and those who engage in “religious debates” over her last Saturday, on Wednesday, Cameron Bure posted a photograph of herself kissing another man who is not her husband.

In “Fuller House,” Cameron Bure is torn between two men as lovers, and in “Secrets, Lies, and Firetrucks,” she runs into the arms of a divorced man named Matt and kisses him passionately. As she turns to walk away, he grabs her arm and they kiss again.

“DJ and Matt, sitting in a tree,” she wrote, asking, “Who’s team are you on?”

“Team Candace’s real husband,” one follower replied.

In September, Cameron Bure had acknowledged that the show was “racier” than “Full House,” but asserted that it would be fine for children to watch.

“Tonally, the show is very much the same, but it’s updated,” she told TVLine. “I’m sure a few of the jokes are a little bit racier now than they would have been in the ’90s, but it’s still nothing that’s inappropriate or that you would feel uncomfortable watching with your kids.”


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