HomeViralCandace Cameron Bure denies they are lying about Chick-Fil-A
Candace Cameron Bure denies they are lying about Chick-Fil-A
May 24, 2023
Candace Cameron Bure breaks the record about her relationship with fast food!
The Hollywood sensation is best known for his fantastic portrayal of DJ Tanner in the popular sitcom ‘Full House’. Apart from entertainment, the blonde beauty is raising three wonderful children with her husband, Valeri Bure.
After allegedly suffering from poor eating habits in her early 20s, the California native has developed a healthy lifestyle that excludes simple foods from her diet. However, some believe that the actress’s claims are a bit exaggerated.
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A recent one Instagram Story Update The Hallmark Channel star has spoken candidly about her interest in food. TThe 47-year-old stated that apart from his favorite place, he has never eaten at another fast food restaurant in two decades.
“I haven’t eaten fast food in 20 years, except for In-N-Out,” the TV personality announced in her post. “Some days I wonder what the hamburger and fries are like at McDonalds or Burger King or Wendy’s or any other place I’ve never eaten at.”
Although the “Fuller House” star was curious about the restaurant’s greasy menu, the Young Artist Award nominee said she can’t beat her commitment to a healthy lifestyle. In a second post, the mother of three noted that she did not regret it.
“And no, I never got Taco Bell or anything like that.” I do not mind. You can’t convince me otherwise, said the Californian beauty, showing her iron will. Despite her commitment to good health, fans were suspicious of her impressive feats.
These eagle-eyed investigators scoured Bure’s Instagram page for evidence that she’s been away from fast food for two decades. As expected, Internet sleuths discovered a throwback photo from 2012 of the “Christmas Town” star with takeout from Chick-fil-A.
The since-deleted image captured the TV personality with one of his sons sitting in a car with food from the fast food restaurant. The young boy was holding a chicken wrap while his mother flashed a smile with a drink in hand. “We love chicken!” – the 47-year-old man wrote on the caption of the snap.
This image seemingly contradicted the entertainer’s claims that he had never eaten at a fast food restaurant in 20 years, except for In-N-Out, so his followers immediately lied.
“Maybe Candace Cameron Bure shouldn’t say she hasn’t eaten fast food in 20 years because that’s an obvious lie. Bought by Chick Fil At in 2012,” wrote one disappointed person. echoing similar sentiments with many who attacked the actress using the image as evidence.
Another disappointed fan stated: “What a weird thing to lie Candace.” Contrary to the misleading post, the Teen Choice Award winner’s representative explained that the situation did not turn out the way fans imagined.
“Candace took her son to eat at the restaurant. “Candace doesn’t eat fast food and only ordered an iced tea, which she’s holding in the picture,” the source claimed, adding that the fan story is “untrue” and “ridiculous.”
The “Just The Way You Are” star’s aversion to junk food stems from her past struggles with food. In her 2010 memoir “Reshaping It All,” Bure revealed that she developed an eating disorder after “Full House” ended in 1995.
“I had a very unhealthy relationship with food, which turned into bulimia,” the mother of three admitted, explaining that she used to eat and then purge. After overcoming this phase, the media personality developed the healthy lifestyle she is said to have maintained to this day.
Supporter Compassion International believed that “Cancel Culture” was aimed at Christians
Bure can’t seem to shut up the critics, having previously butted heads with her fans over her beliefs. Last year, the California native made headlines when he announced that his holiday films would not feature gay couples.
Months after receiving backlash for allegedly not supporting the LGBTQ+ community, the ‘Monster Mash’ actress has defended her views on the “Unapologetic with Julia Jeffress Sadler” podcast. The 47-year-old said the “Cancel Culture” was a tool to keep Christians from “speaking their truths”.
“The opt-out culture is real and it’s hard and it’s hard,” Bure lamented, noting that people are being prosecuted for their beliefs. But the “She Cried No” actress said her faith has inspired believers to never back down.
Perhaps that is why the presenter confidently announced that the Great American Family holiday films will not feature same-sex couples. In the 2022 viral interview, the TV personality said:
“I think (the) Great American Family will have traditional marriage at its core. My heart wants to tell stories that have more meaning, purpose and depth.”
Bure also claimed that the owners of the Great American Family channel were “Christians who love the Lord and wanted to promote faith-based programming and good family entertainment.”