Matt Roloff is jumping to his ex-wife Amy Roloff’s defense.

As fans of the former couple know, it appears that Amy and Matt don’t have the best relationship. However, as Matt pointed out on Instagram, that does not mean he will tolerate negativity towards Amy on his social media platforms.

On April 30, Matt took to his social media page to push back on those people who tend to attack Amy in the comment section:

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Most of you should know that I don’t have a hired gun to manage my social media accounts … everything that I post is from me directly… like everyone.. sometimes I’m in a more tolerant mood and other times not as much. Either way I need to repeat I Don’t allow four letter name calling (swear words) or unnecessary mean comments about Amy, or any of my family or friends. I can’t possibly catch and delete every mean spirited comment. There simply isn’t enough time in my day… With that said, I have banned and deleted a dozen or more followers in the past few weeks for one reason or another. Once you’re gone …your gone. I don’t have a process to have you back. I do allow spirited conversation and differing opinions especially about the show and what you see on TV because most of you are intelligent kind hearted people that understand we are a real family.. but we are sharing our life through the lens of a narrow TV camera. With that said, thank-you all (those that are still with us lol) for being so kind and warm to me and my family while we share our amazing journey thru life! “This is the day the Lord has made.. rejoice and be glad in it” Psalm 118:24. #positiveattitudsruletheday #lovelovetoyouall

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Matt began by saying:

Most of you should know that I don’t have a hired gun to manage my social media accounts … everything that I post is from me directly… like everyone.. sometimes I’m in a more tolerant mood and other times not as much.

Matt and Amy were married for nearly 30 years before they divorced in 2015.

Both Matt and Amy are in their own respective relationships now but continue to share and live on the farm they built while raising their family.

The patriarch of the Roloff family continued:

Either way I need to repeat I Don’t allow four letter name calling (swear words) or unnecessary mean comments about Amy, or any of my family or friends. I can’t possibly catch and delete every mean spirited comment. There simply isn’t enough time in my day…

Matt added that he has since deleted and banned countless offenders, but that’s not to say you still can’t debate about what you see on their reality television show, “Little People, Big World”:

I do allow spirited conversation and differing opinions especially about the show and what you see on TV because most of you are intelligent kind hearted people that understand we are a real family.. but we are sharing our life through the lens of a narrow TV camera.

With that said, thank-you all (those that are still with us lol) for being so kind and warm to me and my family while we share our amazing journey thru life! “This is the day the Lord has made.. rejoice and be glad in it” Psalm 118:24.

Matt and Amy, along with one of their oldest children, Zach and his wife, Tori, most recently talked with Access Hollywood.

As Zach told the cameras, there is still a lot of respect between his parents despite the divorce:

“There is a lot of respect on the farm, to keep the farm rolling. Respect for their kids, Jeremy and me, Molly, and Jacob and Jackson.”

Both Amy and Matt admitted that their relationship post-divorce isn’t perfect, but their goal is to always remain respectful.

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