Staying put in the fans’ happy place is not a piece of cake. And when you’ve starred on a reality TV show as popular as LPBW, being in the public eye calls for even more wilfulness. But it seems like Audrey Roloff has made her hobby to annoy fans with controversial and borderline offensive statements. Not to mention, all the hate she’s been catching for giving out medical advice on breastfeeding without a degree! Let’s take a detailed look at this.
Audrey Says She Doesn’t Have To Defend Herself Against Every Accusation
Whether it’s her alleged lack of support for the Black Lives Movement or her homophobic statements, Fans don’t miss a chance to call Audrey out. But the reality TV star says she doesn’t have to defend herself for every accusation and calls that liberating. However, some trolls do hurt her as Audrey pointed out she’s human too.
She recently came under fire for taking her family out for skiing. While fans admired Ember’s experience, they slammed Audrey for strapping Bode on to her while skiing, as reported by Popculture. What if a newbie bumped into her? What if she fell? After all, Bode wasn’t wearing a helmet! These were some concerned Little People Big World fans voiced.
Fans were also shocked when Jeremy posted a video of Bode sleeping at the back of their truck without a seatbelt. In another one of Audrey’s Instagram posts, fans saw little Bode sitting on the floor with an axe nearby. Since she was the one clicking, the absence of proper adult supervision agitated fans.
Little People Big World: Audrey Gives Medical Advice
When a fan sought her out for some Mastitis solutions, Audrey listed plenty of remedies. However, the fact that she missed out on mentioning seeing a doctor didn’t go well with fans. For your information, the inflammation of the breast tissue in the early stages of breastfeeding is called mastitis.
One fan slammed her for giving medical advice. The same Reddit user continued that if a mastitis infection remains untreated for a longer duration, it can get fatal. Some critics also urged others to report it as misinformation on Instagram. Others pointed out that most other influencers recommend going to the doctor despite providing home remedies. On the other hand, some Redditors even slammed the poster of the comment and asked her to seek medical advice instead of asking a random reality TV mom.