The youngest Roloff sibling, Jacob, is known for his outspoken views.
In fact, over the past couple of months, he has taken to his blog, “Rock & Roloff,” to discuss his personal views regarding his family’s TLC show, “Little People, Big World,” and religion.
In February, Jacob clarified why he left “Little People, Big World” when he turned 18, claiming that his family was “character” versions of themselves.
Now, he is using the latest episode of his YouTube video series to explain his outspokenness.
Jacob said to the camera while driving in the car with his girlfriend, Isabel:
“People reference things that I said two years ago … even more than two years ago … and I remember at that time I was very inflammatory … I said inflammatory things.”
“And even as I said those things, I would admit, in about a year, I’ll probably regret some of this, but these are the thoughts that I’m having so I’m going to work them out I guess, out loud, with you folks.
Isabel agreed with Jacob, coming to his defense, saying:
“You need to give people the room to grow and change and become who they are going to be.”
Jacob then went on to say that people have to be allowed to “go out of their minds,” even for just a moment, in order to learn who they are and who they want to become.
Perhaps the only glimpse of remorse for having said hurtful things against his family is when Jacob told the camera that he now thinks before he speaks:
“Now I’m like, ‘Okay, I don’t need to hate it.’ So all of that is to say, I just grew up kind of.
I stopped saying things out loud, and I started thinking about them more because there is old wisdom that says, ‘the more you talk, the less you know.'”
Clearly still trying to figure everything out, Jacob also took some time off from his tour through the Pacific Northwest to meet his newest nephew, Zach and Tori’s son Jackson Kyle.
The proud uncle posted photos of his first time meeting “Baby J”:
It’s unknown if Jacob and Isabel will continue posting videos to YouTube now that their road trip has come to an end.