This JoJo Siwa/Candace Cameron Bure mess has spiraled out from two seconds of a TikTok into a full on family affair.The young dancer responded to a TikTok prompt for the “rudest celebrity I’ve met” by flashing a quick picture of Bure — a moment which the press quickly latched onto.Allegedly, it all started in 2014 when Bure refused to take a picture with the then-Dance Moms star.

Past that, the exact details of the instigation vary depending on who you ask.The former contends on Instagram that she was on a busy Fuller House red carpet at the time, while the latter tells Page Six that the snub occurred at an after-party for the show and that the actress immediately went to take pictures with other kids.Bure’s Instagram video explanation was preceded by a cryptic bible verse — a convenient tactic for the historically homophobic actress to pull out in an argument with a famous queer figure.Related: JoJo Siwa gives homophobe Candace Cameron Bure the shady superlative she deservesSiwa went on to call the situation a “rough experience” in a brief interview, which seems to have set Bure’s daughter off.23-year-old Natasha Bure writes in an Instagram story post, “Respectfully, someone saying ‘no’ to taking a photo with you is not a ‘rough experience.’ This generation is so sensitive and has no backbone.”Somehow, her grown mother’s feud with a child star devolved into a full generational condemnation (though one this nepotism baby surely doesn’t consider herself a part of).Siwa’s eponymous Dance Moms mom then entered the fray this week, hitting out at the elder Bures in an Instagram story post of her own.“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,”.