July 31, 2022 | 5:09pm

JoJo Siwa isn’t the one celeb coming after Candace Cameron Bure.

Hilary Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, roasted the “Full Home” star through TikTok over the weekend, calling her out for a selfie-style video she posted of herself decked out in Fourth of July-themed gear as Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the united statesA.” performed within the background.

“Yeah that, the track you’re enjoying? Yeah, it’s about veterans coming house from Vietnam and being handled like s–t. Yeah, it’s not in regards to the Fourth of July,” Koma, 35, said in the 9-second TikTok, a duet with the video Cameron Bure shared on the nationwide vacation earlier this month.

“I imply, c’mon, would you count on something much less from me?” the actress, 46, stated within the authentic clip, showing in a shirt emblazoned with “God Bless America” and a “God is Good” baseball cap.

She then giggled with delight earlier than including, “Comfortable Fourth of July!”

A split pic of Matthew Koma and Candace Cameron Bure
Hilary Duff’s husband, Matthew Koma, roasted Candace Cameron Bure through TikTok over the weekend, after JoJo Siwa described her because the “rudest” celeb she’s ever met.

Springsteen’s era-defining smash hit certainly has a darker underlying which means than its upbeat melody, punctuated by the undeniably rousing refrain that performs within the background of the TikToks, would recommend.

The singer, 72, mirrored on the track’s origins whereas talking in a decades-old TV interview.

“That individual track fell right into a sure social context. The nation had veered to the appropriate, and the Republicans on the time have been mainly making an attempt to co-opt something American,” he defined. “‘Born in the united statesA.’ was a track of riot.”

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Candace Cameron-Bure
The “Fuller Home” star attracted scorn from Koma for her obvious ignorance of the ambivalently patriotic message of Bruce Springsteen’s “Born in the united statesA.”
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Extra just lately, within the closing episode of the podcast “Renegades: Born in the united statesA.,” hosted by Barack Obama in collaboration with the New Jersey native, Springsteen elaborated on how the monitor expresses heartfelt ambivalence about American identification.

“This can be a track in regards to the ache, glory, disgrace of identification and of place,” the music icon stated, referring to how the lyrics inform the story of a fictional Vietnam veteran who has returned from conflict, solely to search out himself grappling together with his private patriotism within the aftermath of his service.

“So it’s a fancy image of the nation. Our protagonist is somebody who has been betrayed by his nation and but nonetheless feels deeply linked to the nation that he grew up in,” Springsteen continued.

Significantly apt for Koma’s diss of Cameron Bure’s resolution to characteristic the track in her TikTok, Springsteen additionally gave his ideas on “why the track has been appropriated.”

Matthew Koma and Hilary Duff
The musician has been married to Hilary Duff since 2019.
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“One is as a result of it was so highly effective; two is as a result of its imagery was so basically American,” he specified.

“But it surely did demand of you to carry two contradictory concepts in your thoughts at one time: that you might each be very essential of your nation and really prideful of your nation concurrently. And that’s one thing that you simply see argued about to this very day.”

Split photo of JoJo Siwa and Candace Cameron Bure
Cameron Bure has been making headlines ever since Siwa known as her out on the app.
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Koma’s put up got here simply days after Siwa described Cameron Bure as “the rudest celeb” she’s ever met.

In a video obtained by Page Six, the “Dance Mothers” alum, 19, confirmed she had a telephone name with Cameron Bure to speak it out since — however claimed the actress didn’t share the full story when she talked about it to followers on social media.