People can be so dramatic. When a troll came for Amy Roloff on her Instagram account about her decision regarding the Roloff Farms property — which has been a storyline on the most recent season of Little People, Big World — she shared a cryptic message about her ex-husband, Matt Roloff, not having to “suffer” over the whole thing in her reply.
The person commented, “Make up your mind. You’ve always said the big house was yours. When Matt wanted it that was not an option. You can’t have it all lady.” Amy, 54, is not one to take something like that lying down, and she clapped back, “I have and you’ll see in the last episode. I don’t think Matt has or will suffer. He’ll be fine.” In other words, chill out, random Instagram follower.
Amy and Matt, 57, are divorced, but they seem to try to keep things civil for the sake of their show and their kids. They still get kind of snarky about each other on Little People, Big World sometimes, but it honestly could be worse. Frankly, it seems sort of like Amy was snarking in her Instagram comment by saying her ex isn’t “suffering” over the dilemma of who gets what on Roloff Farms.
For what it’s worth, Matt actually defended his ex-wife on Instagram not too long ago. He told his fans and followers, “Most of you should know that I don’t have a hired gun to manage my social media accounts. Everything that I post is from me directly … like everyone … sometimes I’m in a more tolerant mood and other times not as much. Either way, I need to repeat I don’t allow four letter name calling (swear words) or unnecessary mean comments about Amy, or any of my family or friends.”
He went on to add, “I can’t possibly catch and delete every mean spirited comment. There simply isn’t enough time in my day … With that said, I have banned and deleted a dozen or more followers in the past few weeks for one reason or another. Once you’re gone … [you’re] gone.” Looks like both Amy and Matt are both more than capable of dealing with any haters who crop up on their social media accounts.
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