Amy Blasts Duggar Cousins For Using Emojis In Posts About Grandmother’s Death
Amy Duggar isn’t happy about her cousins using emojis in posts mourning their grandmother Mary’s death! The pregnant Counting On star took to Twitter and appeared to blast her family members on June 12.
Amy, 32, took to Twitter on June 12 and wrote, “Sometimes it's ok to use emojis and then there are other times when. You. Just. Don't. ???.”
The Counting On star was especially close to her grandmother and frequently posted about her on Instagram. The day after Mary’s passing she wrote, “It breaks my heart to write this. My best friend passed away yesterday afternoon. Jesus sure took home a treasure. I'm at a loss for words, shaking as I even type this out. I loved her so much.”
She continued, “She helped raise me, we did everything together. We've been on countless trips, we had lunch together 3 times a week, and if we weren't together we were either texting or calling each other. She was so supportive and was so excited to meet our little guy.” The Counting On star is expected to be a first-time mother to a baby boy this year.
Jill, 28, and Jessa, 26, were particularly criticized because they directed fans to monetized blog posts in honor of their late grandmother. People accused the sisters of “making money” off of Mary’s death with advertisements on their websites.
The Counting On matriarch’s death was confirmed on June 12 as a drowning. RadarOnline.com was the first to report that ambulances were rushed to the home on the same day as Mary’s death.
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