derick dillard recently found himself in hot water when he criticized fellow TLC star, Jazz Jennings, for being transgender. The teenager stars in a television series, called "I Am Jazz," which chronicles her life as a trans teenager. Dillard, who believes in God's word as infallible, unfortunately, took issue with this and stated that he was not okay with TLC promoting someone like this as gender is assigned by God at birth. Both Jazz Jennings and TLC lashed back at the star, with TLC stating that his opinion was definitely not the same as the network's. And now, it appears as though Derick has stepped in it again with his newest Instagram response, though it seems this time, it might have been a little less intentional.

Derick says, "Yes! We love Chinese!"

Derick Dillard and his wife, jill duggar, have bowed out of their roles as missionaries in Central America to return to the United States. Despite Jill never having attended college, the pair are now working in college ministry in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and posted an Instagram photo inviting those who had returned to school already to stop by and attend a worship service.

One follower asked Derick, "I don’t know if I’d be welcome at your church. My husband is Chinese. Is that acceptable?"

It is unknown if the follower was mocking the pair for their support of Trump and right-wing beliefs, or if the person was genuinely curious.

Derick responded with, "Yes! We love Chinese!" which made many members of the Instagram community feel as though he made a racist statement.

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However, it is likely it was unintentional, though many feel this displays how ignorant he and Jill are about the world around them.

The dad of two denounces racism

Despite the fact that he is against the acceptance of the trans community, Derick and two other Duggar husbands (Ben Seewald and Jeremy Vuolo) spoke out against racism in the wake of the attacks in Charlottesville. All of the men condemned racism and stated that they felt it went against God's core message and values, which is probably why Derick didn't mean to come across as ignorant or racist with his comments. Both Jill and Derick grew up in strong Christian households that were segregated from the outside world in a way, so it is possible that although both have spent time abroad, they aren't as well versed in how to handle situations that arise like the one mentioned above. Most fans and viewers agree that Derick meant well, even though he really misspoke.