Candace Cameron Bure's 'Traditional Marriage' controversy leads GAF star to make a point Dave Chappelle once made

Written by: Vasantha

Another actor reacts to Candace Cameron Bure's comments. Lots of controversy has followed Candace Cameron Bure's remarks about "traditional marriage." Actors from Hallmark and Great American Family have also spoken out about it.

A point that Dave Chappelle once made has now been brought up by her fellow GAF star Paul Greene.

Greene discussed the controversy surrounding Bure's comments quite a bit with Us Weekly, saying:

"It’s tough. This time, it feels like no matter what I say, somebody’s gonna get hurt. I think Dave Chappelle said it, that this is, like, the scariest time to speak. There’s never been a time where it feels trepidatious when it comes to having an opinion about anything."

He may be referencing Dave Chappelle's SNL monologue, which has 15 million views since it aired a month ago. "Talking about anything shouldn't be this scary, it makes my job incredibly difficult," the comedian explained about his 35 years of stand-up.

According to the GAF actor, Bure has received a lot of attention recently. "It’s really hard for me to put myself in a position to understand what somebody meant or to put myself in a position of how like maybe the whole queer community might feel around this conversation because I’m neither. Everything I would be doing would be [a] projection or some sort of attempt to understand. But all I know is that Candace has one of the biggest hearts that I’ve ever met."

Greene has worked with Bure twice on two movies. In an interview with the actor, he said he knew Bure's "heart" and knew she wasn't judgmental because of who she surrounded herself with.

Further discussing Bure's comments, he said: I feel like there’s gotta be a way in all of this for people to listen to one another

to come together to kind of understand what it must be like for the queer community to not have their stories told in a traditional experience like this. And then also for people to listen to the other side so that there’s an understanding and not just go,

 ‘Well, [Candace] is a X, Y, Z because …’

But actually go and look at the whole picture of who [she is and] what her life is.