Yesterday, Scott Weinger, who played the bottomless pit of a boyfriend, posted a photo on Instagram of Candace Cameron Bure giving him a kiss on the cheek.
The actress recently posted on Facebook that she asked for “prayers” to help her get through her first days on the outspoken daytime talk show.
Co-host Raven-Symoné agreed, but also saw Dunham’s side, saying, “They come hard at people”.
“I’ve never been more verbally abused in my life than on Twitter, and specifically in the last few months, having come on this show”, she said. “A lot of people don’t agree with me – that’s fine, don’t agree with me”. The former Full House star spoke up strongly, suggesting that the comments she’s received on Twitter since coming on The View were comparable to rape.
Kalyna Taras points out the “I love you DJ” hashtag: “I’m actually crying”.
So for my children I want them to know: “Do you have peace for where you’re going to go when you die?”
She shared that trolls who hide behind anonymous handles on Twitter bother her the most.
It’s safe to say rearing these ones won’t be easy, but Cameron Bure insisted to E! that the actors, themselves, have been a pleasure on set so far. Tell us if you’ll be tuning in when the show premieres next year!
The other “View” panelists didn’t directly address Bure’s polarizing comment. “The majority of the feedback I get from The View audience is from liberals (whom I love) but are mean, hateful and downright nasty toward me”.
“They are so good, they are so amusing”, she said.
While it has been revealed that Weinger will not portray DJ’s deceased husband on the upcoming Netflix reboot of the series titled FULLER HOUSE, he may wind up to be her latest romantic interest!