Jacob Roloff, former star of TLC's Little People, Big World, has been busy helping out at Roloff Farms. Matt Roloff recently shared a photo of his son working hard, sparking speculations that he will soon take over the property.
Little People, Big World: Matt Roloff Frustrated With Social Media
The struggle is real for Matt Roloff when it comes to social media. The LPBW star poked a little fun at himself as he expressed frustration over his inability to learn how to use Instagram Stories.
The 60-year-old TLC star said he just couldn't get the hang of it, despite numerous attempts by his family to teach him.
"I'm sooooo bad at Instagram," Matt Roloff wrote. "All my daughter[s]-in law have s[h]owed me how to do stories many times. It just never sticks."
The Little People, Big World star added that he has so many things going on that he couldn't focus on learning the social media trend.
"I guess I'm too distracted doing the things I love to be focused enough on the constantly changing social media landscape," he added. "Please forgive me. Lol."
LPBW: Fans Think Jacob Is Taking Over Roloff Farms
Meanwhile, many LPBW fans noted Jacob Roloff on Matt Roloff's latest post. The first-time dad looked quite serious as he did some digging at the property.
Matt didn't mention their latest project, but his followers were quick to comment on the prospect of Jacob owning Roloff Farms or at least part of the 34-acre farm.
Some LPBW fans asked if Jacob Roloff had returned to the farm, likely unaware that the 25-year-old has been working there for quite some time now. Others couldn't help but wonder if he would take over Roloff Farms since he's the only one left helping Matt out.
The idea of Jacob taking over the farm has always been a controversial issue to Little People, Big World fans. While some favor it, others are somehow critical of it.
Both Jeremy and Zach Roloff, Jacob's twin brothers, made moves to purchase the farm from their father. However, Matt refused both pitches.
The LPBW twins also moved out and purchased properties of their own where they live with their respective families. Molly, their only sister, also left the farm years ago and is living a quiet life in Spokane, Washington, with her husband, Joel Silvius.
Jacob Roloff and his wife, Isabel, let go of their apartment in Bend, Oregon, and moved back to Hillsboro. Prior to that, the couple and their two dogs lived in an old van while traveling to different places.
So far, the LPBW family has yet to announce anything regarding who will take over Roloff Farms. What's clear is that Jacob is working at the farm, and Isabel is also lending a hand with some tasks.