Little People, Big World patriarch Matt Roloff hit a fan who claimed he had a white privilege. The reality star shamed him after he implied he was offended by that statement.
Matt Roloff, went to Instagram to show his support for the Black Lives Matter movement, claiming he was “in” to “do better”.
He had shared a post that read, “Practice sweetness, seek the truth, renounce anger, do not slander, and have compassion for all beings. “Be kind, modest, and helpful to others.”
The Little People, Big World star got a lot of praise for his support, but one was not very impressed and said, “Careful, Matt, you see your white privilege.
Matt Roloff, who showed he was deeply offended by the fan’s statement, replied, “Craig, this is probably the most uninformed thing you can say to another short human being.
“Little people are not ‘privileged’ (like born privileged) regardless of the color of their skin. “LPS have to fight for every inch they have.” What a cruel thing to say to someone who has fought hard to overcome all the hardships that life has to offer… a community struggling with so much bullying, discrimination, mockery, unemployment. “Shame on you!
Matt Roloff, is the patriarch Roloff born with diastrophic dysplasia, a degenerative dwarfism that led him to have fifteen operations as a child.
Matt Roloff’s divorce from Amy Roloff – mother of his four children Jeremy and Zachary, both 32, Molly, 26, Jacob, 23 – ended in May 2016 after thirty years of marriage.
Matt Roloff currently lives on the farm with his girlfriend Caryn, 52, who was Matt’s assistant for over a decade before they started dating.
Amy Roloff, confessed to fans in a Facebook Live session in March 2019: “We had someone who worked for us for a long time on our farm. And I think, and this is all from my point of view – that there was something more than just friends. “And I believe that this has evolved to a point where even that has stood in the way of our marriage.