Jazz Jennings, pictured at New York City Pride on June 26, 2016, has responded to Derrick Dillard’s transphobic tweets. Getty Images

“Counting On” star Derick Dillard was taken on by fans and critics on Twitter over his comments that called fellow TLC reality star Jazz Jennings a myth and incorrectly identified her with the wrong pronouns, and now Jazz herself has spoken out about the transphobic tweets.

Jazz took to her own Twitter account to condemn the attack on her, but without condemning Derick himself, simply saying she was used to being cyber-bullied, and wouldn’t let it affect her.

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Fans immediately praised her for the response and for being the role model they see her as, while also still condemning Derick’s comments as well.

“Thank you for being an incredible role model for young trans kids like my daughter. You have an army of mama bears behind you!” One fan wrote.

“Using religion to justify bigotry sickens me. I love you, @jazzjennings,” Whitney Thore, another TLC star said.

“@jazzjennings You’re an inspiration & role model to so many #LGBTQ people, especially youth. Thank you for living your truth & inspiring us,” another added.

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The support, as well as Jazz’s response, came a few hours after Derick initially tweeted disgust towards Jazz, and her show, because he didn’t believe being transgender was a real thing.

He later also tweeted that he had nothing against Jazz personally, but created more controversy by referring to Jazz, who was assigned male at birth but has lived most of her life as a female, as him.

He was immediately taken to task by several people on social media, both for using the wrong pronoun, as well as seeming to attack Jazz, who is 16, while he is a 28-year-old father of two. He was also trashed by fans who told him he was being reckless to pick on another fellow TLC reality star, since he had found fame by appearing on both the channel's former show, “19 Kids and Counting,” where he married Jill Duggar, and the spin-off series they share with several of her siblings, “Counting On.”

Derick’s comments have been far from the only controversy affecting the Duggar family overall. The initial series was pulled from TLC and eventually canceled in 2015, after allegations against oldest Duggar child, Josh, surfaced, which indicated he had molested five young girls when he was a teenager. Four of the women included his own sisters.

The scandals for the family continued after Josh was also outed by the Ashley Madison hack, which forced him to admit he had cheated on his wife, Anna, something he apologized for in a statement afterwards.

“I have been the biggest hypocrite ever. While espousing faith and family values, I have secretly over the last several years been viewing pornography on the internet and this became a secret addiction and I became unfaithful to my wife,” he said at the time. “I am so ashamed of the double life that I have been living and am grieved for the hurt, pain and disgrace my sin has caused my wife and family, and most of all Jesus and all those who profess faith in Him.”