He’s setting the record straight. Matt Roloff faced major backlash for seemingly getting separate checks while enjoying brunch with his loved ones on Tuesday, June 25. After a fan said their “entire opinion” changed of Matt, the LPBW star fired back at the commenter and cleared the air.
The drama started when Matt, 57, posted a photo of his family grabbing a bite to eat. He was joined by his girlfriend, Caryn Chandler, as well as Zach Roloff, Tori Roloff and baby Jackson. “Had the best time Sunday morning for a Disney trivia brunch. We didn’t win but sure had a great time! With @zroloff07 @toriroloff @carynchandler1 and of course little Jackson man,” Matt captioned the photo and it didn’t take long for one eagle-eyed fan to call out his payment method.
“Separate checks, really??! You guys are that family,” the comment began, adding a rolling eye emoji. “My entire opinion has changed now.” Another fan rushed to Matt’s defense after seeing the shady remark, noting how the waitress maybe had her hands full, so she could have set down all of the checks while taking a picture of the Little People, Big World brood. And they were spot on!
Matt replied to the second comment, “Ding ding. You win. You are exactly right!!” The TLC alum has been subject to a lot of criticism recently, but he’s learning how to handle it like a pro. Just a few days ago, he shared a cryptic message to Instagram after his ex-wife, Amy Roloff, opened up about her cheating speculations in her captivating new tell-all book called A Little Me.
Amy, 54, wrote about her suspicions towards the end of their marriage in one chapter which read, “I saw messages, pictures, and other things that should not have been shared between people who just worked together and were still married to other people. I was devastated.”
Matt later captioned his new photo, “@carynchandler1 and sitting here amazed at the simple beautiful moon lingering brightly over the farm as if to say ‘[keep] taking the high road. It’s the only one that matters.'”
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