Let's reminisce, shall we? Back in August, Derick Dillard was slammed for cyberbullying transgender teen and TLC co-star, Jazz Jennings. Now, the Counting On star is posting about how people should never "be subjected to any form of exploitation or targeted for discrimination" and people are like — wait, what? Watch the video below to see the hypocritical tweet.
On Wednesday, Aug. 2, Derick shared his unwarranted opinion about Jazz's reality show, I Am Jazz. For reasons we may never understand, the father-of-two decided that it was a good idea to attack the 16-year-old trans advocate. "What an oxymoron... a 'reality' show which follows a non-reality," he wrote. "'Transgender' is a myth. Gender is not fluid; it's ordained by God." This sentiment seems to contradict his most recent tweet, no?
One person commented on Instagram, "It's our business if it's the taxpayers' money he's using or if I were to donate, I want to know how it's being used and not for expensive steaks or out to dinner. But of course, I would never give this phony any of my money. Get a job and earn it." Another added, "Make sure next time you go on your mission trip you tell the kids your feeding that you support a man that doesn't want their a-- in the United States." Sigh, he just can't catch a break, but TBH, rightfully so.