Natasha Bure is reflecting on the happiest and most positive moments she has experienced in 2022!
The influencer and content creator took to her TikTok account on Tuesday to participate in the ‘eras’ trend that has been circulating on the app lately, where users reflect on the changes in their lives from January 2022, until November.
The “Her, Instead” singer looks radiant in her TikTok, smiling as a sped-up version of ABBA’s “Slipping Through My Fingers” plays in the background. Bure, 24, also lists her biggest moments of the year in a bullet point list.
Read on to find out which moments have made Bure smile the most in 2022!
Bure Has Spent A Lot Of 2022 Defending Her Mother From Naysayers
Bure fiercely defended her mother in two notable instances this year, both involving JoJo Siwa.
The Blast has extensively covered both instances wherein the youngest lady in the Bure clan went head to head with Siwa, 19.
In July of this year, Siwa named Candace Cameron Bure as her choice for “the rudest celebrity ever” TikTok trend. Siwa’s proclamation soon unleashed a storm of activity on social media, including a response from Candace.
Natasha would soon respond to the situation as well in a since-deleted Instagram story post wherein she chastizes the current generation for being “sensitive” and having “no backbone.” She also referred to Siwa’s story about her mother declining to take a photo with a young Siwa years ago, “not a rough experience.”
Siwa would call out Cameron Bure once again earlier this month for her comments surrounding ‘traditional marriage’ being showcased in the Great American Family (GAF) network’s holiday films.
Cameron Bure is heavily involved with the relatively new network, serving as its chief creative officer, according to one of The Blast’s reports on the matter.
While Bure would not explicitly address Siwa’s Instagram post about Cameron Bure’s statement, she would take to her Instagram stories to praise her mother for remaining steadfast in her faith.
“She is bold, she is kind. She is so creative and has one of the greatest hearts. I look up to her in many many ways,” Bure wrote.
She would also post an Instagram photo of her family on November 15th, addressing the situation more in-depth.
In the post, she would tell her mother, “I love you @candacecbure for continuously choosing Christ before all.”
She would also add, “the media is an absolute VILE space for negativity and I applaud you every time for how you handle yourself with the utmost grace…”
Bure Has Experienced A Lot Of Grace Amid A Dramatic Year!
@natashabureGod is good ❤️♬ slipping through my fingers – gabut woi
In her latest TikTok, Bure would create space for the more positive moments and gains she experienced during a year when her family was heavily in the spotlight.
In her ‘eras challenge’ video, Bure reveals to her followers she has made God her “biggest priority,” gone through two break-ups that “changed” her life, “stopped dying [her] hair and cut it off,” “found community finally,” “dressed as Pitbull to his concert,” she now “loves country music,” she “got baptized,” and is “the happiest” she has ever been!
Bure has been incredibly open about her relationship with Christianity on her TikTok and Instagram this year.
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