Jeffrey Dean Morgan defends Hilarie Burton when she criticises Candace Cameron Bure.
After Candace Cameron Bure referred to Hilarie Burton as a “bigot” for her remarks regarding “traditional marriage,” Jeffrey Dean Morgan praised the actress for her “words AND timing.” Read his letter.
The actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan is backing up his wife.
After Hilarie Burton expressed her opinions on Candace Cameron Bure’s statement that the Great American Family network “will keep conventional marriage at the core” in a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal on Twitter, the actor stood behind Hilarie Burton.
Hilarie posted on Twitter on November 14 in response to Candace’s remarks, who also serves as the network’s chief creative officer “Bigot. Jesus didn’t seem to enjoy hypocrites like Candy, in my memory. But yes. Honey, earn your money. You take full advantage of that prejudice wave to make money.”
The next day, Jeffrey added his own opinions to the conversation.
He replied to Hilarie’s Twitter on November 15 with, “How’d I miss this twit?! “Who the hell is this individual? Hello Hil! You’re amazing. We’re fortunate to have you, X.”
In a subsequent tweet, the star of The Walking Dead continued, “Make some cash, honey. Lol… When preparing dinner for the kids, I was giggling. Wife has timing AND words.”
JoJo Siwa, a member of the LGBTQ+ community, expressed anger about Candace’s remarks as well. This is disrespectful and hurtful to a whole community of individuals, the former Nickelodeon star, who also feuded with Candace earlier this year, wrote in an Instagram post on November 15.
The former cast member of Full House addressed the criticism by making a statement to E! “It absolutely breaks my heart that anyone would ever think I would want to intentionally offend and hurt anyone,” said the news source.
The Nov. 16 message added, “To everyone reading this, of whatever race, creed, sexual orientation, or political party, especially those who have tried to harass me with name-calling, I love you. “I’m honoured to be a crucial component of a fledgling network that is expanding. In my interview, which was left out, I also mentioned that people of many ethnies and identities have contributed greatly to the network and will do so in the future, both in front of and behind the camera. I wholeheartedly welcome and support this.”
I’ve never been interested in evangelizing through my tale, she continued.