Duggar fans shocked after Jason, 22, breaks MAJOR family rule in new video | The Sun
27th June 2022

Duggar fans have become shocked after Jason, 22, has broken a MAJOR family rule in a new video on social media.

Jason uploaded a short Instagram reel from a Cody Johnson concert at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers, Arkansas.


The country singer's song, Til You Can't, played in the background. 

The clip kickstarted with the TLC star filming the long line to enter the concert. 

As the video continued, the Counting On alum recorded the massive crowd while Cody performed on stage.

All at once, the concert-goers turned on the flashlights of their cell phones during the Gotta Be Me singer's set.

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Jason captioned the post: "Great evening with friends at the Walmart Amp.

"CoJo, you’re a legend!"

THE COMMENTS

Counting On fans cheered for the reality star in the comments section and praised him for "living your life your way!"

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One fan said: "Can’t believe you’re listening to something other than hymns!"

Another fan noted: "A Duggar went to a concert?!"

A third fan added: "You know music of any kind upsets your parents more so!"

A fourth person wrote: "Love seeing that you as well have broken away from some of the family rules!"

THE STRICT RULES

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.

BREAKING MODESTY

Previously, James Duggar, 20, left fans stunned after he posted a shirtless photo of Jason.

The Duggar brothers were out on a boat as they spent time together at the lake with friends. 

The video started out with a close-up of James' car and then zoomed out to show a boat attached to the back.

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Fans were shocked that Jason did not have a shirt on and posed topless, which broke the other rule on dressing modestly.

A Duggar follower teased: "Guess his days of having to swim in jeans and a t-shirt is long gone."



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