Duggar fans slam Jason, 21, for 'trying too hard' to look 'cool' in rare photo with reality star friend Jackson Bates | The Sun

DUGGAR fans have slammed Jason for a social media photo.

The twelfth child and seventh son of Jim Bob and Michelle recently posted a photo to his Instagram Stories that drew criticism from fans.

The photo shows Jason, 22,  working at a construction job, leaning back and flashing a peace sign.

He also appears to making a popular "duck face" social media pose at the camera.

The Counting On alum is wearing a black t-shirt, black jeans, black construction worker gloves, with a red scarf tied around his neck.

His friend, Jackson Bates is holding the camera pointed at the two.


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The former reality star captioned the post: "Enjoying that 100 Arkansas weather with my bro."

Fans on a Duggar social media forum were quick to react to the photo.

The thread is titled, "Jason looks like a Tinder d—- that says 'looking for a girl who doesn’t take herself too seriously aha.'"

One fan wrote: "They look like they are ready to go back to his treehouse to giggle at a bra catalogue from 1988."

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One fan slightly praised the Duggar son for working: "He always looks like he needs a wash but I’m mildly impressed he seems to be working. Probably for dad though."

Another photo pointed out the forecast: "Awful choice of outfits but they wear black to look tough Idt they put in any work. No sweat stains or perspiration in 100F weather means you're a Cullen."


The TLC star is one of several Duggar kids to break the families stringent rules set by Jim Bob.

Jason recently attended the Cody Johnson concert at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers, Arkansas.

He posted an Instagram reel where the the country singer's song, Til You Can't, played in the background. 

Listening to modern music breaks one of the strict family rules, which family patriarch Jim Bob, 56, and matriarch Michelle, 55, enforced for their conservative Christian lifestyle.

In September 2014, Jessa, 29, admitted to Us Weekly about the challenges of listening to music. 

Michelle argued that dancing evokes a "sensual" feeling. 

Jessa was warned by her parents that music promotes "sex, drugs, all that type of stuff."

She was only allowed to listen to gospel music in the household. 

The Duggar family also observed a strict dress code that usually only permitted women to dress modestly and to wear dresses.

One of these inflexible rules included not allowing women to display their legs or dress in a revealing manner.

The Duggar children have also been homeschooled and grew up with limited access to entertainment and television.


Jim Bob celebrated his birthday on July 19.

Most of his children, including Jason,did not post a tribute to their father on his special day.

The only Duggar that did was Jessa.

She took to Instagram  and posted a photo of her father and her daughter.

The same thing happened last year.

The Counting On star was dissed by all of his 19 children except one.

Jed shared a photo of him and Jim Bob together and wrote: "Happy birthday, Dad!

Jason did, however, share some kind words on Instagram for Father's Day.

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Alongside a photo of his dad, he wrote: "Happy Father's Day to the best dad ever!"

He continued: "I look up to you Pops, thanks for all you have done for our family and the way you have personally invested in my life! Love you!"

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