SEE: Candace Cameron Bure apologizes to Jojo Siwa for snubbing her on the red carpet

Jojo Siwa received an apology from Candace Cameron Bure, who also claims that their feud is over.

The former “Full House” actress, 46, posted on Instagram Tuesday that she had spoken to Siwa, 19, and asked why she had described her as the “rudeest celebrity” she had ever met.

Siwa, a then-preteen dancer, asked Cameron Bure for a photo at the “Fuller House” premiere in 2016. During their chat, Cameron Bure learned that she had turned her down.

Siwa, who was 12 years old at the time, was told by the actress, “Not at this time,” and then began “taking photos with other people.”

Hearing the story, Cameron Bure felt “moody”

After hearing the story, Cameron Bure felt “bad” and repeatedly apologized for “breaking” the young star’s “heart”.

He went on to say that he felt even worse because he had undoubtedly offended Siwa’s mother.

Siwa acknowledged during their conversation, according to Cameron Bure, that he was “no longer a big deal” and even felt “foolish” telling her the story.

The “lesson” Bure had for his fans was that Siwa had no idea his comments would cause a stir.

Regardless of a person’s level of popularity or number of followers, the Hallmark actress claimed that “even a 10-second trending TikTok video can cause harm because our words matter and our actions count.”

Jojo Siwa reportedly asked for a photo of her after being turned down.

The strange feud between the two began on Sunday when Siwa called out Cameron Bure in a popular TikTok video.

In the video, a YouTuber is seen flashing pictures of famous people to tag them as the “rudeest,” “kindest,” and her “crush,” among other things.

When asked to name the “rudeest celebrity” she’s ever met, the singer showed a photo of Cameron Bure from the set of “Fuller House.”

Pool day = exposed, wrote as photo caption.

The actress, a devout Christian, uploaded the Bible verse Isaiah 26:4 to her Instagram story after the unexpected response drew attention. She says, “Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD GOD is an everlasting rock.”

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