Candace Cameron Bure Apologizes for Being Way Too Sexy in a Bible Video
If ten-year-old Brodigan knew he'd be writing about his childhood crushes as an adult, he'd tell you "What the hell is a blog?" At least unlike when I write about Alyssa Milano, writing about Candace Cameron Bure doesn't make me sad. DJ Tanner has upset the squares again. I'm sure you all remember boobgate. Bure posted a picture with her HUSBAND OF 24 YEARS showing that the spark is still there between them. Now she's in trouble for getting too sexy with a Bible. At least, that's according to the haters.
I don't get it. I also don't get TikTok. If the haters find this video scandalous, really saucy videos on TikTok will send them shaking back and forth on the floor of the shower. She lip-synced a song. She's fully dressed. Her collarbones are even covered. Nothing I thought twice about.
But, people on Instagram had a conniption. People blasted her for it in the comments. It caused her to delete the post and issue an apology via her Instagram stories:
"I was using a very specific clip from TikTok and applying it to the power of the Holy Spirit, which is incredible. And so many of you thought that I was trying to be seductive, which clearly means I'm not a very good actress because I was trying to be strong, not sexy or seductive."
"Maybe I was just trying to be too cool or relevant in a Biblical way that didn't work," she added. "Anyway, most of you didn't like it clearly, but there was a small percentage of you that appreciated what I did and understood my intention. But anyway, it's gone. Now I know what you don't like."
The video didn't move me one way or the other. If you found it offensive, no judgment here. I don't even know what the haters had to say because the video was already deleted. But I think we need to have a national conversation that you don't need to have strong opinions on everything you see on the internet just because it's on the internet. Liberals suggesting we create porn that appeals to minors? THAT is something worth getting upset over. A woman lip-syncing to a pop song is not.
But an actress singing a song with the intention of expressing her love of God? She may have missed the mark, but it's clear she wasn't trying to be disrespectful or insulting. Intent should matter. It's not like social media isn't cluttered with actual anti-religious filth. Maybe just scroll past this one.
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