"Had a blast getting to hang out with international friends at the international bonfire last night," Dillard captioned a video of a large group of people dancing.
As Duggar fans know, dancing is against the family's strict rules.
Matriarch Michelle Duggar once explained that dancing encourages "sensual" feelings. Jill's younger sister Jessa added that modern day music is "promoting sex, drugs all that type of stuff."
The post caused outrage among fans, as one commenter wrote, "I thought they didn't approve of dancing? Looks pretty wild."
A second fired, "I didn't know you danced. I know Jim Bob has strict opinions about dancing and defrauding. Where is Jill?"
But the party didn't end there, as Dillard posted a second video earlier this week. In the now-deleted video, a large group of men and women are dancing and clapping their hands to "Despacito."
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The video caused outrage, as the hit song is known to have raunchy lyrics that translate to, "I want you to show my mouth your favorite places. Let me surpass your danger zone, until it makes you scream and makes you forget your last name."
But Dillard isn't breaking all the rules, as he continues to share his strict beliefs over Twitter.
"'He who commits adultery lacks sense; he who does it destroys himself.'" (Proverbs 6:32)," he tweeted, adding, "'Say 2 wisdom 'U r my sister'& call insight your intimate friend, 2 keep u from the forbidden woman, from the adulteress w her smooth words.'"
They are even involved in a shotgun wedding scandal. Not only did they suddenly move up their wedding from October to May 2017, but also two doctors, who have not treated Joy-Anna, claimed she appears further along than she says.
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