Jodie Sweetin shared that she was “stunned” that her upcoming film Craft Me A Romance was bought to the Nice American Household channel in a press release to People on Friday, Aug. 11. Whereas her former on-screen sister from Full Home Candace Cameron Bure is the chief content material officer, Jodie shared that she was upset concerning the sale, however she had a plan. “I’m disillusioned, however consistent with my mission of supporting the LGBTQ+ household, any potential or future cash comprised of this sale will probably be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations,” she instructed the journal.

Jodie, 41, admitted that she didn’t know what community purchased the film earlier than studying it was Nice American Household. “Typically, we, as actors, don’t have management over which community buys the tasks we’re in, nor are we part of the method through which they get bought,” she instructed Folks. “So I used to be very stunned to study by studying about it within the press yesterday that the impartial movie I labored on over a 12 months in the past was bought to Nice American Household.”

Jodie revealed she was ‘disillusioned’ that her film was bought to GAF. (NINA PROMMER/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)

The Nice American Household channel (and Candace) confronted a lot backlash when the Full Home star had mentioned that the community would “maintain conventional marriage on the core” in a 2022 interview with The Wall Street JournalMany individuals believed that Candace’s feedback have been a slight towards the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

Within the aftermath of Candace’s feedback, Jojo Siwa, who had beforehand feuded along with her, reignited her beef to name out her feedback on Instagram, and Jodie confirmed help for Jojo. “Truthfully, I can’t consider after every little thing that went down just some months in the past, that she wouldn’t solely create a film with the intention of excluding LGBTQIA+, however then additionally discuss it within the press,” the social media star mentioned.

Jodie commented on the submit, “You already know I like you,” which some perceived as a diss in direction of her Full Home sister. Shortly after the drama, Candace unfollowed Jodie on Instagram. Following the backlash, Candace launched a prolonged assertion on social media. “I consider that each human being bears the picture of God. Due to that, I’m referred to as to like all folks, and I do,” she wrote. “To everybody studying this, of any race, creed, sexuality, or political occasion, together with those that have tried to bully me with name-calling, I like you.”

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