Counting On Fans Think Jeremy Vuolo And Jinger Duggar Are Trying To Hide Their Religion Since Moving To California

Counting On fans are not too happy with Jeremy Vuolo and Jinger Duggar’s desperation. They think the couple is trying to hide their faith after moving to Los Angeles, California. Since the couple wed back in 2016, they have been distancing themselves from the rest of the Duggar family.

Jinger’s parents, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, raised the kids in a religious household. Their Baptist beliefs have become engrained in them. Now, Jinger and Jeremy seem to be desperately removing themselves from that past.

Counting On Fans Think The Couple Wants People To Forget Where Jinger Came From

Counting On fans think the couple wants people to forget where Jinger came from. Fans took to Reddit to talk about the couple’s newly updated website, which has shifted away from the focus of religion to the focus on family. Even though are still some slight religious undertones on their website, there are no links to sermons or information about their specific views. Most fans feel that the couple is trying to appear approachable, so Jinger can get more sponsorships.

Jinger recently landed a paid internship, but it was taken away. Last week, she posted an Instagram Story to announce her new partnership with Ruggable. But the complaints started to pile in. Someone shared a screenshot on Reddit, in which the company informed the user that they will be pulling the sponsorship with Jinger. This probably has to do with her stance on social justice issues such as gay marriage and abortion.

Since Relocation To California Last Summer, Jinger Has Been Trying To Become An Influencer

Since relocation to California last summer, Jinger has been trying to become an influencer. She has over 1.3 million Instagram followers and became a fan-favorite after she moved on from her parents. But she’s still having trouble landing influencer gigs. As per Showbiz Cheat Sheet, Jinger had two previous gigs with Fonuts and Rebecca Minkoff. Both companies dropped their sponsorships with the reality star after the complaints came flooding in.

It looks like Jinger will have a hard time making a life for herself in California. What are your thoughts? Do you think she should distance herself from the Duggar family and her Baptist beliefs? Sound off below in the comments section.

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