JoJo Siwa is not the only celebrity Coming after Candice Cameron Bure.
Hilary Duff’s husband Matthew Koma toasted the “Full House” star via TikTok over the weekend, and invited her out For a selfie-style video she posted of herself wearing 4th of July-inspired gear Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” was also shown in the background.
“Yeah, what song are you playing? Yes, it’s about the veterans coming home from Vietnam and being treated like that. Yes, it’s not about the Fourth of July,” Koma, 35, Said in 9 seconds TikToka duet with the video that Cameron Bure shared on National Day earlier this month.
“I mean, come on, do you expect anything less from me?” In the original clip, the actress, 46, said she appears in a “God Bless America” T-shirt and a “God is Good” baseball cap.
Then she laughed with joy before adding, “Happy Fourth of July!”
Springsteen’s era-defining song already has an underlying meaning darker than the upbeat tune, punctuated by the undeniably sexy chorus playing in the background of TikToks, as you might suggest.
The 72-year-old singer thought about the song’s origins while speaking decades ago television interview.
“That song fits into a certain social context. The country veered to the right, and the Republicans at the time were basically trying to co-opt anything American,” he explained. “Born in the USA” was a rebel song. “
Recently, on the last episode of the podcast “Rebels: Born in the USA,” hosted by Barack Obama in association with a New Jersey native, Springsteen detailed how to do it The track expresses the honest contradiction about American identity.
“This is a song about pain, glory, and shame of identity and place,” the music icon said, referring to how the lyrics tell the story of a Vietnam veteran who returns from war, only to find himself grappling with his country. Personal patriotism in the wake of his service.
“So it’s a complex portrait of the country. The protagonist is someone who has been betrayed by his nation and yet still feels a deep connection to the country in which he grew up,” Springsteen continued.
Particularly fitting to Kuma’s opposition to Cameron Bure’s decision to feature the song on her TikTok, Springsteen also offered his thoughts on “why the song was personalized”.
“One because he was so powerful; the second reason was that her portrayals were primarily American.”
“But he asked you to hold two contradictory ideas in your mind simultaneously: that you can be very critical of your nation and be very proud of your nation at the same time. And that is something you see that is debated to this day.”
Kuma’s post came just days after Jojo Siwa called Cameron Bure the “most rude celebrity” she’s ever met.
in Video I got on page 6The 19-year-old ‘Dance Moms’ alum has confirmed she’s had a phone call with Cameron Bure to talk about her since – but claims the actress hasn’t been involved Full of The story when I mentioned it to fans on social media.
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