Matt Roloff gave fans more than they bargained for after he sat down for a fan-studded reading of his children’s book, which was published in 2018.
After the lecture, as reported by at least one witness there, the reality TV star opened the floor for questions. During this session, a participant asked about the status of “Small people, big worldSeason 25, which sees Matt reveal some juicy information about the series that many people assume is coming.
Matt Roloff reaffirmed his sons’ continued absence from the hit TLC series
A few ‘Little People, Big World’ fans saw one of their dreams come true when Matt invited them to a lecture. Before the event, the owner of Roloff Farms read his book “Little Lucy Big Race,” which is inspired by the family farm dog Lucy and dedicated to his grandson Jackson.
As mentioned above, after the talk, the father of four welcomed fans to ask questions about the book or his family’s time on “LPBW.” In response to a devoted fan’s question about what the reality show had in store for its 25th season, the patriarch said:
“We will finish filming season 25 in August.”
However, he admitted that sometimes the Roloffs were the last people to know the exact premiere date. The TLC star then jokingly said that he occasionally reads a news headline about the show’s release before being contacted by the production company.
Matt added that his sons Jeremy and Jacob will remain off the show and continue their year-long decision to quit. At the same time, his son, Zach, is dealing with health issues after emergency brain surgery in February.
Additionally, The American sun reported the television personality’s claim that “LPBW” season 25 will document Zach’s ongoing recovery and other “health issues associated with dwarfism.”
It turned out that the 33-year-old is not the only one struggling with health problems, as his father previously told about the “tough” time he had in May. Matt posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed on social media, Matt said in the caption:
“I went in for what I thought was a routine upper endoscopy to check my esophagus… When things don’t go as planned and the doctor tells Caryn [Chandler] “we had some complications” it turns out i have some twists and turns leading to the stomac[h].”
He stated that even though the computer chip and monitor installation were not needed, there was still “more work to be done.” The Roloff patriarch also explained that his hospitalization resulted in him taking time off work and keeping a low profile. Luckily, Matt returned to the “action” on Monday, May 22, when he shared the update with his fans.
Opponents are pushing back against the TLC star’s decision to turn his farm into a rental option
After a failed attempt to sell the famous Roloff farm, the entrepreneur is now determined to open his doors to tenants. As reported by The Blast, the author of ‘Against Tall Odds: Being a David in a Goliath World’ uploaded a photo of himself standing in front of his impressive estate.
He was wearing a black vest, brown flannel shirt and blue jeans, with a white and green sign behind him indicating that a ‘Short Term Rental’ would soon be available for those interested. The motivational speaker elaborated on the situation and typed the caption:
“If any families would like to have a front row seat and VIP access to the @rolofffarms Pumpkin Patch. (literally watch all the fun from your porch). We have the last weekend available to stay in the big house. Best suited for large family groups and reunions. I hope to see you on the wagon trail. link to itrip in bio.”
“Looks like you’ve got it perfect again. Knew you would…good stuff Matt. 👊🏽,” one fan enthusiastically responded in the comments section. Another Instagram user exclaimed: “Definitely one of my bucket list places to go!!!,” and a third acknowledged: “Oh this would be super cool to stay on the rollof [sic] farms.”
Others who felt Matt made the wrong move by not selling the farm to his sons when they expressed interest in purchasing the farm also chimed in. This critic wrote:
‘No, not the way he cheated on his children. He should have sold it to Zack and Jeremy. Bad move. He prioritized land over his family. They wanted to buy it because they love it, not just because they wanted to make a profit.”
A second non-supporter commented: “Nothing has been the same since you and Amy divorced. You, Amy and the kids had a great show. I miss the original Roloff family.”