Responding to one of Duggar’s 2014 tweets, in which she called Dillard, 28, “the most awesome guy in the world” and showed off her engagement ring, Taylor, 38, wrote, “Sweetie I wouldn’t brag about that speck of dust on your finger. You married a delusional piece of s–t.”
The Bravo star then suggested that Dillard is “probably hiding” that he’s gay, adding an emoji of two men holding hands.
Sweetie I wouldn’t brag about that speck of dust on your finger. You married a delusional piece of shit, and he’s probably hiding he’s ? https://t.co/LVREZ1OUST
— Jax Taylor (@mrjaxtaylor) August 3, 2017
Dillard came under fire after he tweeted “‘Transgender’ is a myth” on Wednesday, August 2, in response to TLC’s promo for Jennings’ reality series, I Am Jazz. “Gender is not fluid; it’s ordained by God,” he added, much to the dismay of his followers.
The reality star — who shares sons Israel, 2, and Samuel, 3 weeks, with Duggar, 26 — later tweeted, “I want to be clear. I have nothing against him. I only have issue with the words and definitions being propagated here.” One fan promptly called out Dillard for using the wrong pronoun to describe Jennings, 16, who identifies as a girl.
Dillard has yet to delete his controversial tweet. In a statement to Us Weekly, TLC said his post “does not represent the views” of the network.