Two Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpScarborough mocks 'Deflection Don' over transgender troop ban Pelosi condemns Trump's 'cowardly, disgusting' ban on transgender troops Trump moves to ban most transgender people from serving in military MORE supporters known online as “Diamond and Silk” on Friday took to cable news to accuse Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioRubio: 'Hyperventilating' about Bolton unfounded George Clooney writes Parkland students: 'You make me proud of my country again' Biden praises Parkland students fighting for gun reform: ‘They’re going to win’ MORE of having lived a "gay lifestyle" in his past.

Rubio told viewers during Thursday's GOP presidential debate to Google information on Trump hiring illegal immigrants as construction workers for one of his buildings.

“Marco Rubio told us to Google Donald Trump, but I did one better, I Googled him,” Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway told CNN on Friday morning.

“And when I Googled him — you know, he owes America and the gay community an apology, because it sounds like that he may have had a gay lifestyle in his past. So you have to be cautious when you tell people to Google people. Stuff will come up.”

Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson are known for their viral YouTube videos supporting Trump. They have appeared onstage with the billionaire businessman, including during a December campaign rally in North Carolina.

“He shouldn’t have told people to Google Donald, because I Googled him and stuff came up,” Hardaway added.

The duo also slammed Rubio and Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzLesson from special election: Run on Social Security, Medicare and lower drug prices Conservatives balk over funding bill ahead of shutdown  Confirmation fight over Trump pick exposes blurred lines in GOP-LGBT activism MORE for attacking Trump in Thursday's debate, calling the two Cuban-American senators immigrants.

“They are OK with the American people, American citizens, dying in the streets,” Hardaway said. “Two American immigrants are OK with American people dying in the streets. People see who they are.”