According to someone very familiar, Rolfra has become Kardashian.
Maybe not right.
But little people, Big World viewers who tuned in to the reality show’s premiere on Tuesday night, are aware that tensions are running high among certain family members as never before.
The opening episode of this new season pitted the father against the son, as Jack Rolf expected Matt Rolf to buy his family’s farm in Oregon.
“He didn’t come to discuss. He came to claim,” Matt told the camera in a confession at the premiere, making it clear at first that he did not appreciate Zach’s position or Zach’s tone.
Zach, on his behalf, said in the broadcast that his father had withdrawn from a deal that had been negotiated between the two before … which part of the farm was for sale.
“My dad’s starting point was not 30 acres, but 15, and then he cut down the forest, our favorite part.
“The whole thing was weird. Suddenly, he makes excuses and shows the reason why we’re not good enough to run the farm.”
This episode was filmed in 2021.
However, Jack’s brother-in-law, Isabel Rolf, had only recently indicated that the fences had not been repaired.
Jacob Rolfe’s wife and one’s mother posted a meme on social media showing a picture of the political satire movie, The Campaign, starring actor Jack Galliafianakis.
“Bring your broom because,” reads the caption. “This is a mess.”
Isabel Zach and / or Matt are not directly mentioned.
However, shortly before this week’s premiere, Matt confirmed that he was selling 16 acres of farmland … and then in the process was seen taking a shot at his twin son, both of whom had previously expressed interest in taking responsibility for their father.
On Sunday, as you can see, Matt Rolf wrote on Instagram that it was “difficult … even keeping 16 of the 108-acre Rolf farms for sale,” adding:
My “ultimate hope was that the entire Rolf Farm property would remain in our family for generations to come.”
Why doesn’t it happen?
“My twin boys have decided not to consider working together on a potential joint venture,” he claimed. “They both deal with their confidence as they choose to embark on their play activities.”
“And even a significant family discount and an” equity gift “was offered by both Amy and me … (and I still owe Amy a bundle of money) …
“They have decided individually that buying a part of the farm at this time is not right for them.”
He does not agree with the way his father described it.
In a stunning reprimand left in the comments section of Matt’s post, Zach wrote, “This post is extremely misleading and false. My dad is handling the description right now before the season is out.”
Zach didn’t stop there either.
The father of three continued to go public with a large beef against a parent in a way he had never done before:
Again, he did not take responsibility for his actions for most of his life and blamed others.
We repeat: Wow, huh?!?
Zach then concludes:
Pulling out the family drama he had created, he then manipulated the fan base and came out on his own. This post is a new tragic low of cowardice and manipulation of his family and kids for his own benefit.
It is safe to say that Isabel was exaggerating her meme, would you not agree?
Whatever the case may be between Matt and Jack, the feud is ongoing – and it’s definitely messy.