Jazz Jennings is still taking the high road when it comes to Derick Dillard.
But the transgender reality star has stepped out of her figurative car for a few minutes and talked more at length than usual about the disgraced former TLC personality.
Dillard has basically been engaged in a one-sided feud with Jennings for over a year now.
In the summer of 2017, he jumped on Twitter to slam the lead of I Am Jazz for the way in which she lives, writing on his social media account that gender is not "fluid" and that the concept of being transgender is a "myth."
He went on to write some other horrible stuff about Jennings (as chronicled below) and then got canned by TLC.
Jennings has said little about this close-minded bigot, but opened up a bit to Us Weekly on Thursday, September 20.
Below, we recount what she said and how she got to this point with Dillard, who really does suck so very very much...
This is What Dillard Tweeted in August 2017:
This is the Way in Which Jazz Took the High Road Back Then:
Huh? What Did I Say?
Dillard then tried to play it all cool and coy, referring to Jazz as a "him" and saying there was nothing personal in his attack.
Fast Forward a Few Months And...
... Dillard was at it again, saying he pitied Jennings, who most certainly is not asking for pity and sees no reason why she would need any.
See, I Actually Care About Him, You Guys!
It's "her," you condescending mother-effer!
This is What the Network Said at the Time:
"We want to let our viewers know that Derick Dillard has not participated in Counting On for months. The network has no plans to feature him in the future. We want to reiterate that Derick's personal statements do not reflect the views of the network. TLC is proud to share the story of Jazz Jennings and her family and will continue to do so."
How Did Jazz React?
With continued grace and dignity.
So... This Brings Us Mostly Up to Date
Speaking to Us Weekly, as teased above, this is what Jazz most recently said: "Honestly, I don’t give Derrick any of my attention. I don’t even read the tweets that he sends out anymore because I just don’t care. You know? He can say whatever. I think he’s doing it for attention."
She Has Better Things to Do with Her Life
"Honestly if someone has a negative opinion then I don’t really read or listen to them," she added." Like, why spread negativity? I listen to the people that are supportive who are saying great things - telling me that my message is meaningful and that I should continue telling my story."
Jennings Underwent Gender Reassignement Surgery in June
You Can Imagine How Dillard Reacted, Right?
“This kind of thinking should not be encouraged by media,” the awful 29-year-old Tweeted in response to the news of Jennings’ operation. “A system that allows this kind of child abuse is clearly broken.”
Whatever, Jazz Basically Says in Response
"The surgery, it’s finally come," she told Us Weekly, teasing how it would be covered on Season 5 of I Am Jazz. "I feel like everything has kind of been leading up to this point and so many people are so curious about how it went and all I can say is it’s definitely been a journey."
Eff Derick Dillard, and: "There are some ups and downs but now I’m doing great but honestly, I’m just so happy to be in the body that I’ve always wanted. I feel like I finally have mental, physical alignment and just overall I feel so much more confident in who I am."