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Candace Cameron Bure Reveals Daughter Natasha, 22, Cried Many Times Because of Online Haters

Jené Liebenberg
Jan 30, 2021
04:40 A.M.
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"Full House" actress Candace Cameron Bure revealed that her 22-year-old daughter had had a tough time dealing with online criticism from trolls.


Actress Candace Cameron Bure opened up about her family's struggles with receiving hate on social media, specifically her daughter Natasha. Bure has stood up to online bullies numerous times.

Natasha has turned to her mother for emotional support after being on the receiving side of unkind comments left on her social media posts. Bure talked her daughter through managing the difficult responses.

Candace Cameron-Bure and her daughter Natasha Bure at "Home & Family" on November 18, 2019 | Getty Images



22-year-old Natasha has turned to cry on her mother's shoulder when dealing with hate comments on her social media feeds. Bure supported her daughter through it all but also gave her some grounding advice saying:

"It's part of what comes with it so you're going to have to have thick skin as well if you want to continue posting"

The actress is speaking from experience as she has also been dealt some harsh criticism on some of the posts that she has shared. Bure puts the hate down to people seeking attention and tries her best not to hold on to it all.



Although the "Fuller House" star lets most of the nasty commentary slide, there are times when she speaks up for herself and her family. When the negative outweighs the positive, Bure tackles the bullies head-on.

[Bure] made it clear that she did not take part in her brother's event but chose to keep to the lockdown regulations.

One such instance is when Bure's post of her family's holiday picture was inundated with negative feedback. People were commenting on everything from where they were looking to how they were posing. Bure stepped in to responded to the trolls.



Bure's 4.7 million Instagram followers tend to be extra harsh on her. Her fans have tried holding her accountable for the people she is following on social media platforms as it comes across as a show of support.

The Hallmark star has experienced a stressful season, partly because of the online hawks keeping a close eye on her every move. Bure spoke out against the criticism saying:

"But a follow does not mean an endorsement. A follow does not mean I agree with everything they say and do."



Bure's brother also landed his sister in hot water with the online commentators when he held a maskless protest, which does agree with the Californian stay-at-home regulations.

The Hallmark actress was forced to speak out once again as she made it clear that she did not take part in her brother's event but chose to keep to the lockdown regulations. She asked everyone to keep it civil as the comments were turning ugly.

Defending herself against the bullies is one thing, but Bure will not stand for the negative influence that her online community can have on her family.

With her three children, Natasha, Lev, and Maksim, to think of and her husband, the actress is doing her best to put all the social media fires out whilst still maintaining her sanity in the process.


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