JoJo Siwas mom slams Candace Cameron Bure: Its easy to quote the Bible

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Don’t mess with her daughter.

Jojo Siwa’s mom, Jessalynn Siwa, had some choice words for Candace Cameron Bure amid the “Fuller House” alum’s feud with her 19-year-old daughter.

“At the end of the day … it’s about how you treat people,” Jessalyn, 47, wrote via her Instagram Stories Monday. “Real, genuine kindness always goes a long way.

“It’s super easy to quote a Bible verse when everyone is looking at you but morals are what you have when no one is looking,” Jessalyn continued, referencing how Cameron Bure, 46, initially responded to JoJo’s diss last month.

After the teen pop star called the actress the “rudest celebrity” she has ever met, Cameron Bure wrote via her Instagram Stories, “Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an everlasting rock.”

The former “Full House” star then apologized, but JoJo later accused her of not giving all the “details” of the red carpet interaction that led to her scathing TikTok post.

In response, Cameron Bure shared a second Bible verse.

“Do nothing out of selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility consider others as more important than ourselves,” it read, a “lesson” that the Hallmark Channel star wrote she was “continuing to learn.”

On Monday, Jessalyn shared more details from the 2016 moment in question, in which Cameron Bure denied JoJo a photo.

“JoJo ran into [Cameron Bure] and was like, ‘Oh, my God, I love you so much. Can we please take a selfie?’” the “Dance Moms” alum recalled. “And she was like, ‘Not now. Maybe later.’ Word for word, ‘Not now, maybe later.’

“She just couldn’t be bothered,” Jessalyn continued. “I do not know what was going on, but it is funny when you don’t know and somebody treats you like that?”

Hilary Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, also recently roasted Cameron Bure, reacting to her Fourth of July TikTok video set to Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA.”

The music producer, 35, explained that the 1986 song is about “veterans coming home and being treated like s–t.”

Bure seemingly responded with another Bible verse that read, “The lord is my salvation. I will trust him and not be afraid. For he, and he alone, is my strength and my defender. He has become my salvation.”

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