Candace Cameron Bure has turned to God amid her latest social media firestorm.
The “Full House” alum shared a video of herself reading a Bible verse after Hilary Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, schooled her on TikTok.
“Scripture Remembrance Day,” Cameron Bure, 46, wrote Monday in the Instagram Story post before reading a passage from Isaiah 12:2.
“The Lord is my salvation,” she said. “I will trust him and not be afraid. For he, and he alone, is my strength and my defender. He has become my salvation.”
The actress, who wore a beige bodysuit, gold necklace and gold earrings, smiled as she read the lyrics.
The post came three days after Koma, 35, mocked Cameron Bure for uploading a video of himself wearing Fourth of July themed clothes, with Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the USA” playing in the background.
‘The song you’re playing? Yes, it’s about veterans coming home from Vietnam and being treated like s–t,” the music producer told the former “Fuller House” star in a TikTok duet on Friday.
“Yeah, it’s not about the 4th of July.”
In the original post, Cameron Bure said, “I mean come on, would you expect anything less from me?” while rocking a T-shirt that reads “God Bless America” and a “God Is Good” baseball cap.
She then giggled before adding, “Happy Fourth of July!”
Koma wasn’t the only celebrity to call out to Cameron Bure recently.
“Dance Moms” alum JoJo Siwa made headlines last month when she described her fellow “Dancing With the Stars” alum as the “rudest celebrity” she’s ever met.
Cameron Bure later said she called Siwa, 19, to apologize for refusing to take photos with her at a red carpet event years earlier.