Prior to two days ago, the last time Little People, Big World star Matt Roloff shared a post on Instagram was nearly a month ago. On May 26th, he shared a photo of himself rocking a face mask and shield. His protective gear was intended to protect him from the coronavirus (COVID-19). At the time, Matt explained his decision to travel to Arizona for a while. He needed to get away from the farm and the madness.
“Making a break for Arizona where things are a bit calmer… feeling like things are slooowly returning to normal. Especially in some states,” he explained in the post.
Amy and Matt Roloff are over, she left the farm.
Now, as those who watch LPBW know, Matt and Amy Roloff are no longer an item. The duo ended it. In fact, they are both pretty happy in relationships with someone else. But, fans could not help but wonder what would happen to Roloff Farms. After all, the duo managed the farm together. Matt did reassure LPBW fans that Roloff Farms was “doing fine” without Amy around to help with the workload. Perhaps managing things without her is part of why he decided to get away for a while?
Now, after this post things got a little weird for Little People, Big World fans. Matt seemingly disappeared from Instagram. His account was still active. But, he stopped posting. Was he taking a break from social media in addition to the farm? Naturally, there was some concern among fans.
Caryn Chandler kept fans in the loop.
Now, Matt Roloff isn’t the only one with an Instagram account. His girlfriend Caryn also has one. And, she did not disappear the same way Matt did.
So, those who were concerned about him could follow her Instagram updates instead. For the most part, she did a pretty good job of keeping fans current on what the couple was up to.
Matt recently resurfaced on Instagram but was met with some negativity.
Just two days ago, Matt Roloff took to Instagram. He shared a very deep message. Most assume it was his way of chiming in on the Black Lives Matter movement. Which, up until now, he has remained completely silent about.
“Practice gentleness, seek truth, give up anger, do not slander, and have compassion for all beings. Be gentle, and useful to others.” The writing on the post he shared on Instagram reads.
He added in the caption of the post: “We live in times of opportunity to do better. I’m in!”
Now, some of his followers were not feeling the message. One individual noted his “white privilege” was showing. This comment, however, was not taken well by others. Even Matt Roloff himself clapped back at the individual.
“Craig…. thats probably the most uniformed thing you can say to another human of profound short stature. Little people are not “privileged” (as in born privileged) regardless of their skin color. LPs have to fight for every inch they get. What a cruel thing to say to someone who has fought hard to overcome all the adversity life has to offer.. a community that struggles with so much bullying, discrimination, teasing, unemployment. Shame on you!” Matt penned in response.
Some of his followers were over the negativity.
Now, Matt Roloff had some followers who were over the negativity. They did not care for the people in the comments who had rude things to say. One individual noted people with nothing nice to say should just move along. Why did they feel the need to leave such negative comments on his post?
Turns out, Matt Roloff had a response for this too.
Lol. It’s a microcosm of the rest of society. Lots of anger out there! Everyone needs to work harder at having more love …less hate.”
A few of his followers thought both of Matt’s responses on his post were “well said.”
So, do you think the comment about Matt Roloff’s “white privilege was uncalled for? Tell us about it in the comments.
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