Because much of the world is experiencing the effects of the coronavirus, many people are practicing social dance. Unfortunately, not everyone takes it seriously. And this will affect how long the virus remains. Audrey Roloff is a small people, former students of the Great World. And she’s a person who doesn’t follow the guidelines. Now she’s taking the blame, after ignoring the guidelines, for celebrating Easter with her family. Most people choose to stay home after the events, but Audrey Roloff doesn’t. LPBW fans are expressing their concerns. This is particularly worrying for them because she has two young children. In addition, she has 1.3 million social media followers who can be influenced by her.
On Monday, Audrey Roloff shared photos from the family Easter party. On Audrey’s Instagram Story, she also shared photos with other people. She and her husband Jeremy Roloff have two children, Ember and Bode. But, people outside of their family celebrated the party with them.
Right away, Little People, Big World fans called Audrey about it. They wonder why she’s not doing the social dance. One fan wrote, “What happened to social-dance? There’s still a pandemic going on out there at BTW.” Someone else said, “I’m just wondering why you’re not isolating yourselves? Your story shows images of you and others.”
Finally, someone else said, “I noticed a picture you took with your sister. Aren’t there any rules about social distance and residence orders in Oregon right now? As an influencer, I would have hoped that you could influence people at a social distance. There are hundreds of thousands of people dying, and here you are enjoying an afternoon with your family.”
Your social media followers disagree with your actions. And they think it’s unfair that you put your family and others at risk in the middle of the coronavirus.
Little People, Big World: Fans Previously Slammed Audrey Roloff Over Her Privilege
It’s not the first time Audrey’s had a kickback in the coronavirus. Also reported on TV Shows Ace, Audrey was called in for her privilege. They say their podcast episode is about “how we’re dealing with a tired, wired Ember girl, the complexity of our cultural moment, how we’re handling it, and our thoughts on the coming weeks.
Fans talked about Jeremy and Audrey’s privilege after making comments about being “locked up”. While they’re at home, they’re not just at home. In fact, the family goes to Roloff Farms regularly. They spend their time outdoors. And both Jeremy and Audrey make money from home. So they’re not too sick right now. It’s a difficult time for everyone, but Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are more privileged than most, especially at the moment.
In response to the podcast, fans are talking about their situation. They’re pointing out that there are single parents. There are people on low incomes. Essential workers are risking their lives. So because Jeremy and Audrey have a job and a way out of the house, they come from a privileged place.