Candace Cameron Bure bites back after she's accused of lying about not eating fast food
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Candace Cameron Bure has angrily responded after she was accused of lying about how much fast food she ate on Instagram.
Earlier this week, the Full House star claimed that she hadn’t eaten fast food in over two decades – with internet sleuths quickly finding evidence to suggest otherwise.
However, this hasn’t stopped the Faith of our Fathers actor from biting back against the accusations.
During her story, the 47-year-old claimed that she hadn’t had fast food, except for In N Out, in over two decades.
Continuing, she wrote: "Some days I wonder what a burger and fries from McDonald's or Burger King or Wendy's or any of those other places I've never eaten at is like. Am I going to find out? No."
"I don't regret it and you can't convince me otherwise," she bluntly added.
Whilst we would never criticise what anyone eats, the strange claim has understandably gained a lot of attention online.
In fact, one online sleuth even managed to find a photograph of the star stopped at a Chick-Fil-A with her son - back in 2012.
One user even posted the picture and tagged the former talk show host, writing: “@candacecbure this you?”
Others also reacted to this online, with some trying to defend the actor in the comments.
“Maybe she just got a drink. They do have styrofoam cups,” added another user.
Some were still unimpressed, with one former fan writing: “What a weird thing to lie about, Candace.”
Despite the backlash, it hasn’t stopped the Full House star from hitting back against the claims with her representative even giving a comment (yes, really).
They told Insider that the claims were ‘untrue’ and ‘ridiculous’, with the representative even giving an explanation for the drive-through photo.
"Candace told me that she drove her son to get food at Chick-fil-A and she only ordered an iced tea for herself," they revealed, adding: “Candace is only holding a cup."
Whilst this is a logical explanation, Cameron Bure’s claims are still pretty bizarre considering that In N Out is still a fast food.
It seems the actor has made a right meal out of this claim, eh?