LITTLE People’s Isabel Roloff Rock shared a cryptic quote about “never tolerating behavior” on Instagram.
The post comes after Matt and Zach’s feud over the sale of the family farm.
Isabel originally shared a post about letting people show the consequences of their actions.
She went on to say that her mother warned her, but she didn’t listen.
Many of her followers reposted it and it drew a lot of attention.
Then the 26-year-old shared another person’s quote with the caption, “Adding this to my last post.”
“Having compassion and empathy for why someone behaves the way they do based on their experiences never means you have to tolerate the behavior or make space for it,” it said.
“You can absolutely have compassion and set a boundary. That’s what it means to have compassion for yourself, too,” the post ended.
Just a few days ago Isabel posted a cryptic meme in her stories.
It was from the Will Ferrell film The Campaign and read, “Bring your broomsticks… ’cause it’s a mess.”
Isabel has not come out publicly saying it is about the family feud or whose side she is on.
Isabel’s father-in-law Matt, 60, explained why he was listing the “Roloff farm for sale” in a lengthy Instagram post.
“My greatest hope was that the entire Roloff Farms estate would remain in our family for generations to come,” the post reads.
The Roloff patriarch claimed his “twins” couldn’t work together “for a possible joint sale” and would have to pursue other interests.
He mentioned that his sons Jeremy and Zach, both 32, “individually decided it wasn’t the right time for them to buy part of the farm at this time.”
In the comments, Zach accused his father of “tampering with the narration just prior to the May 17th premieres of Season 23 on TLC.
Zach argued that Matt “takes no responsibility for his own actions and blames others.”
He slammed his father’s “new shocking low of cowardice and manipulation of his family and children for his own benefit.”
During the final trailer, Zach and Matt had a fight over who would take over the farm.
After the argument settled, Matt decided to put the Oregon pumpkin patch up for sale.
Approximately 16 of 109 acres have been put up for sale.
The reality star mentioned that the sale was “a little bit scary, but mostly exciting.”
“It’s time to move on to the next phase of life,” Matt concluded.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Roloff patriarch has asked about $4 million to sell the “original family home and bright red barn.”
He spoke to WSJ about the sale and told them that now that he’s 60, it’s going to be more difficult.
Matt wants to retire to Arizona with his girlfriend Caryn, so he can no longer run the farm.
Isabel is married to Matt and Amy’s son Jacob.
They welcomed their first son together in December 2021.
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https://www.the-sun.com/entertainment/5374729/little-people-isabel-roloff-cryptic-quote-never-tolerating-behaviors/ Little People’s Isabel Roloff shares cryptic quote about ‘never tolerating behavior’ after Zach & Matt feud over farm