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Duck Dynasty star to remain present in future shows

LEE CO., GA (WALB) -

An Lee County business owner says he will continue to sale Duck Dynasty merchandise in his store despite recent controversial remarks made by reality TV star Phil Robertson.

The Patriarch will remain apart of shooting for future shows, when A&E resumes shooting.

Several retailers threatened to pull the show's products but none have done so yet. Backwood Outdoors owner Jackie Sizemore says he'll just wait for it all to blow over, in the mean time he'll continue to sale Duck Dynasty items.

"If you spent all your time worrying about pulling products because they said something you didn't like, or somebody did this or that, nobody would ever get anything done, we'd spend all of our time worrying about what people are saying, so I say let's just move on and don't worry about it," said Sizemore. 

In the January issue of GQ Robertson expressed his thoughts on homosexuality and the responses immediately sparked controversy.

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