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‘LPBW’: Jacob Roloff & Audrey Roloff Feud On Instagram

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There was a time where Little People, Big World brought smiles to people’s faces. It was a happy show with a happy family. Unfortunately, it is a show filled with a great deal of drama and baggage now. There are clear divides in the family.

For example, Matt and Amy Roloff are no longer together. Amy left the farm. Moreover, most of their children have no interest in the spotlight either. Can the show even continue with such clear divides between the family?

As most LPBW fans would agree, however, the biggest dramatic exit came from Jacob Roloff. After choosing to exit the show, he had nothing great to say about it. He insisted the show did a poor job of showing the reality of their family.

And now? It appears as if Jacob Roloff has taken a break from blasting the TLC series. Instead, he has his sights set on his sister-in-law. But, what did Audrey do to him exactly? Keep reading to find out!

Rumors have swirled that Jacob and Audrey Roloff do not get along.

Jacob and Audrey not getting along isn’t a new topic. It is something fans of the TLC series have suspected for a while. Based on their latest Instagram activity, however, this may have been more than a rumor. The two do not appear to have much love for each other.

At the beginning of the month, Jacob Roloff called out his family. He tweeted he was “embarrassed” to be related to people who would vote for Trump.

Now, as those who follow Jacob Roloff on Twitter know, he’s been very vocal about the Black Lives Matter movement. Jacob has never been afraid to speak his mind. He cares little what others think of his own personal beliefs. Moreover, he doesn’t share the same views as his family. And, he wants nothing to do with the TLC series.

Technically, Jacob Roloff did not call out anybody specifically with the Trump tweet. But, many assume he took aim at Jeremy and Audrey. The couple frequently catch heat for their conservative views on social media. Did they have a stance on the black lives matter movement?

Audrey has shown support for the movement on Instagram. So, why is Jacob so upset?

Audrey is under fire after sharing a video on her Instagram Stories

On June 1, Audrey did join the movement by posting a blackout image. According to The Sun, she also shared a video about unity on her Instagram Stories. It was THIS video that Jacob did not care for.

“Things like this are very, very bad. White people with moneyed cameras and moneyed families using black music, black message, black faces, to spread police propaganda and white Christian voices while contributing nothing to the movement, no call to donation, no call to action; only empty gestures and fancy platitudes. This is not activism.” Jacob penned as he responded to the video.

Jacob was not done. He also took to Audrey’s brother’s Instagram. There he continued to unload.

This is police propaganda ignoring the fact that in several of the clips, hours later the same police were tear gassing protesters and suited in riot gear. The SAME cities where they get kudos for kneeling. We should be sharing videos from black perspectives, not white videos of white perspectives with black music!”

Audrey ‘weathers a shame storm,’ her brother-in-law thinks she deserved.

According to a separate report by The Sun, Audrey must’ve gotten some backlash after Jacob Roloff opened his mouth. She revealed she was ‘weathering a shame storm’ following what he posted.

Jacob, however, believes the only reason she feels attacked is because she wasn’t willing to acknowledge she did and said the wrong things.

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1/3 From @sfbucketlist. Black Lives Matter. We (white people) need to come out in support of all those fighting for the liberation of the oppressed. First we must be aware of our position; privileged. Second, we must use that position to the advantage of the disadvantaged. Third we must not be a dam to the river of revolution. Reform is not enough and is not the request at hand. Nothing short of revolutionizing our current society will fix the deep ills *of* this current society. Hundreds of black people (that we record) murdered yearly by police, 40,000,000 unemployed, 105,000 dead from pandemic, all while American billionaires turn a profit of $420,000,000,000 (420B), leadership increasingly stale, unproductive, and unserving… A system that creates these conditions is itself useless and uncreative. . There is a lot of popular organizing and radicalizing happening now however. Seeing the above conditions mixed tumultuously with a step-up in police brutality toward protesters, the dissenters are growing. If you are a dam to that river you are against those that are oppressed and are an enemy to them, to me, to the social good, and to all other desirable values. This is the time for full-throated support with a heavy side of action beside it. . Vote for the right people. Donate to the right organizations. Point to those damming the process of progress and equality. Indict them publicly. Understand the systems at work. Find yourself ignorant, as you are, white person, and learn and lead other white people by example. . Tagging my family (those with great followings) because they have majority white audiences who desperately require a call to solidarity with these protesters and dissenters. Hoping for a repost of these or like-so images. @mattroloff @amyjroloff @jeremyroloff @audreyroloff @toriroloff @zroloff07 . This is surely a moment in American history; between racism and anti-racism; fall to fascism or anti-fascism; despotic regime or active democracy. . Even at the defeat of trump we will have the structural work to do, for Trump is a mere symptom, however terrible, that the system did carry on feathers and silver platter to where he is and remains.

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“Accountability feels like an attack when you’re not ready to acknowledge how your behavior harms others,” he insisted.

At the moment, this appears to be the end of the feud between Jacob and Audrey Roloff. We’ll certainly keep you posted if anything else comes up. So, do you think Jacob should have been nicer to her? Sound off in the comments!


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