He’s not happy about this. Adam Busby shared a photo of himself with his wife, Danielle Busby, in which he’s wearing a cowboy hat and she’s smiling happily at the camera with the caption, “The ranch looks good on her. 😍 #OutDaughtered.” You might think that would just elicit comments from fans about how great the couple looked in the shot, but one person had a bone to pick with the OutDaughtered dad about how he’s portrayed on the reality show.
“Great! I hope she is treating [you] better and with respect as the man of the house!” the fan comment began. “I see this way [too] much in our culture where wives become Alpha females and the man is treated like an idiot!” TBH, that seems like kind of a gross comment to us, but Adam quickly reassured the person, “That is something we have seen in the editing more over the last couple [of] seasons and it isn’t true to our relationship. It WILL stop.”
Just as an example of this supposed portrayal of Adam, 37, as “an idiot,” a different follower replied, “The last episode I watched Danielle was mad [because] you didn’t put a meeting on the calendar, but it was OK for her to spring an outing w/her sisters on you for the same day. She was happy when she got her way. Compromise is key and must come from both.”
For the most part, however, the comments did refer to how happy the couple seemed in the shot. “You two look amazing! Yeehaw baby! 🙌🏼” one person wrote. Another said, “You guys are my favorite couple ever!” High praise indeed.
Although Adam may not be pleased with the network their show is on, he and Danielle appear to be doing just fine off-screen. On Halloween, he shared a super cute photo of the whole family dressed up for the holiday, and he and his wife shared a kiss in the snapshot. “Every superhero movie needs to end in a kiss right?” he captioned the picture, which included himself dressed as Captain America, Dani presumably as Supergirl, and their daughters as various other superheroes. Does it get any better than that?
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