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Candace Cameron Bure opened a surprise package on Thursday, and revealed that among her recent drama was a JoJo Siwa-themed diamond art kit.

The “Full House” actress took to her Instagram Story to laugh at the unexpected gift.

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“I found it really funny,” Bure, 46, commented. “There’s a PR company that sent me a gift.”

The note attached to the present read: “Candace – hope you like this JoJo Siwa x @DiamondArtClub gift!”

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Bure said, “Coincidence? Just weird timing? I don’t know. But, it looks really cute and when one of my granddaughters comes, we’re going to do it.”

The surprise gift comes on the heels of the “Dance Moms” alum declaring Bure as “the rudest celebrity” she’s ever met tik tok video He posted in July.

According to Siwa, Bure was rejecting the “Dancing With the Stars” alum during the premiere of “Fuller House” after the party. Siwa, who was 11 at the time, asked Burr to take a photo and was refused.

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After Siwa’s TikTok, Bure shared an update on her Instagram stating that she interacted with Siwa, and there is “no drama” between the two.

However, after the incident, Siwa told Page Six that Bure left out some details in his social media videos.

JoJo Siwa's mom, Jessalyn, weighed in on the controversy surrounding her daughter and Bure on social media.

“We talked on the phone. He shared that [Instagram video],” Siva admitted. “She did not share all the details of the meeting. But it was one of those memories that I just stuck around as a little 11-year-old.”

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“It was after the party that she didn’t want to take a picture with me, and I was fine with that,” Siwa told the outlet. “But then I turned, and when I looked back, she was taking pictures with other kids. And it really bothered me.”

On Tuesday, Siwa’s mother, Jesselyn, took a jibe at the controversy over her daughter and Bure on social media.

“At the end of the day this story, it’s not about a simple photo, it’s about how you treat people,” added Jeslin’s caption. “Real, true kindness always goes a long way. It is very easy to quote a Bible verse when everyone is looking at you but morality is what you have when no one is looking.”

Fox News’ Lauryn Overholtz contributed to this report.