Roloff assures fans that she and other celebs try their hardest when approached in public, despite some interactions being “difficult.” This week, the Little People Big World star responded to a video posted by Candace Cameron Bure on So You Think You Can Dance? Candace had rudely treated JoJo Siwa years ago at a premiere party, revealed judge JoJo Siwa.
When Candace discussed being called the “rudest celebrity” by JoJo, she reminded followers that even a TikTok trend- such as the one JoJo participated in when she said the comment about Candace- “matters.” “Everyone influences the people around them,” she said.
Amy, who spoke about her own experience interacting with fans, also shared supportive comments about Candace's message. We may not be able to stop for everyone when we are in our element, working, in public, with friends, family," Amy wrote "We try our best." I enjoy meeting others, listening to their stories, and taking photos. sometimes there's simply not enough time to take a moment for everyone, and we don't intend to do that. However, it does happen."
The singer went on to discuss how frustrating it is to be out with friends and be interrupted by fans who expect her to drop everything and talk to them right away, rather than waiting a few moments till she has more time available to speak with them.“Words and actions have an impact on others and we do our best to make a positive difference,” she said. The wife of Zach Roloff, who is Amy's daughter-in-law, also expressed support for Candace