During a talk with Us Weekly, Jennings admitted she “barely follows” Dillard, 29, on social media and finds his transphobic comments “irrelevant.”
“Honestly, I don’t give Derrick any of my attention. I don’t even read the tweets that he sends out anymore because I just don’t care. You know? He can say whatever. I think he’s doing it for attention,” Jennings, 17, said.
RadarOnline.com readers know Dillard has continually slammed Jennings and her show, even saying that “transgender is a myth” and not the way God created people.
While he has stayed firm to his bizarre beliefs, it’s those comments which got Dillard kicked off Counting On!
“Honestly if someone has a negative opinion then I don’t really read or listen to them. Like COMMA why spread negativity? I listen to the people that are supportive who are saying great things — telling me that my message is meaningful and that I should continue telling my story,” said Jennings.
Dillard has been slammed by many of Jennings’ fans all over Twitter, but Jennings herself has more important things to worry about that another fame-seeking hater.
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