Jodie Sweetin "Isn't Paying Attention" to Miley Cyrus' Instagram Photo

Fuller House star brushes off the "Wrecking Ball" singer's insults

By Francesca Bacardi Mar 08, 2016 5:44 PMTags
Watch: Jodie Sweetin Reacts to Miley Cyrus' Instagram Post

It's no secret that Jodie Sweetin faced some hard times growing up—she even wrote a book about it—but the Fuller House star has turned her life around and looks better than ever.

So when Miley Cyrus posted a picture of Sweetin during her troubled times, fans immediately called out the "Wrecking Ball" singer for crossing a line. The picture showed Sweetin looking a little worse for wear while straddling a man, and Cyrus captioned the pic, "Current Mood #fuller house."

Sweetin fans were none too pleased to say the least. "Seriously effed up to post this...Anything to get attention I suppose Miley," wrote one follower.

"Haven't been a fan since the Hannah Montana days and this just reconfirms how terrible you have become," wrote another.

"She is now a different person, and it's not ok to drag someone for their past," another commented.

E! News' Erin Lim talked to Sweetin Tuesday morning at the announcement of the new Dancing With the Stars cast, where she addressed Cyrus' unfavorable photo. And like her character on Fuller House, Sweetin made it clear that she's staying positive. 


"I don't pay attention to negative stuff," she told us. "I have so much good stuff going on in my life right now that I try not to pay attention."

Way to ignore the haters, Sweetin!

She added that it's "not worth it" to harp on any negative attention she might receive. Plus, in addition to her Netflix reboot, she'll also be training her heart out for DWTS, so she won't have a lot of time to think about anything else but dancing. Sweetin also previously opened up to E! News' Will Marfuggi about how the bond with her Fuller House (and Full House) co-stars have helped her get through some tough times.

"We have a family. I don't think that there's anything that we go through, good, bad, or daily stuff, that we can't share with each other and enjoy and support and love each other. We've known each other for almost 30 years now," Sweetin shared. "When you are as close to people as we are to each other, for that long, you become a family. We support and love each other no matter what. It becomes a real familiar relationship where we insulate each other from all of that stuff and support and love each other through it."