Candace Cameron Bure cries on Instagram after being silent on Texas shooting

Candace Cameron Bure cries on Instagram after being silent on Texas shooting

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Candace Cameron Bure cried on her Instagram Story Thursday after admittedly being “silent” about the elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

The “Full House” alum explained that she needed to “feel this first” before posting and emphasized that a “lack of posting is not a representation of what someone is thinking, feeling or doing.”

“With the tragedy and the loss of those 21 people that is so hard, and as a mother I grieve and I just want to grieve with the people of Uvalde and the families,” Cameron Bure said as tears streamed down her face.

“My heart just hurts for you, but that’s all I want to say on social media right now. I’m just here and I’m grieving with you.”

The actress, 46, also acknowledged that people had criticized her for not sharing a statement on the racially motivated Buffalo supermarket shooting on May 14, so she added that she is grieving for those families as well.

“Some of us don’t always feel comfortable to, like, have to post everything,” she said, “and that’s all there is to it. … I don’t want to feel like I have to post it for me to acknowledge my feelings for doing what I’m doing.”

Cameron Bure is the latest celebrity to come out and discuss the Texas tragedy, in which 18-year-old Salvador Ramos shot and killed 19 children and two teachers at Robb Elementary School Tuesday. All of the victims were killed inside a single fourth grade classroom, the Texas Department of Public Safety said Wednesday.

Actress Niecy Nash, whose brother died in a school shooting, reflected on her own loss while paying tribute to the kids massacred in this week’s tragedy.

“I’m so sad… my brother was killed on his high school campus,” Nash, 52, wrote on Instagram Wednesday along with a selfie and a series of other viral posts about the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School.

“It hits different cuz school is a place you should feel safe. I don’t wish it on anyone 🙏🏾💔.”

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