Little People, Big World Tori Roloff Humiliates Zach, See How

Tori Roloff

Little People, Big World star Tori Roloff seemingly humiliated her husband Zach on social media. She caught flak for the nickname that she used for him. Some fans called the social media post offensive. Read on to learn more.

LBPW: Tori Roloff Praises Zach Roloff

Tori Roloff caused a stir among LBPW fans with her latest Instagram post. Most of them accused her of roasting her husband on social media. Others argued that it was in poor taste. So, what happened?

Zach Roloff celebrated his 34th birthday. He shares a birthday with Jeremy Roloff. The brothers are twins. This is a different birthday since he left the TLC show. Zach spent most of his life in front of the cameras.

Tori Roloff caused controversy on her husband’s special day. The family usually plans a party. However, it was her Instagram post that caused a reaction from fans. She wished her husband a happy birthday with a song from 50 Cent’s 2003 hit song “In Da Club.”

It wasn’t the song itself that was controversial. It was the lyric she pulled from the song she used in her birthday greeting. Tori featured the lyric, “Go shawty, it’s your birthday.”

Zach Roloff

The slang “shawty” is typically a term of endearment. However, LPBW fans think Tori was humiliating her husband’s dwarfism. Some fans didn’t find the post funny. They argued that it was a poor choice of words.

Little People, Big World Fans React

Most of the LBPW fans took to Reddit to react to Tori Roloff’s post. There was arguing over whether the lyric was inappropriate considering Zach Roloff’s condition. Some of them called out Tori for poking fun at her husband’s height.

“Not Tori playing ‘go shorty it’s your birthday on the birthday story for Zach also could have done without the babe-uh in the grid post,” one fan wrote.

“I thought it was funny, and she totally did it on purpose since Zach is a little person. Just shows she has a good sense of humor,” another fan argued.

A large majority of LBPW fans cringed at the post. What are your thoughts on Tori Roloff’s birthday tribute to her husband Zach? Do you think it was done in poor taste? Do you think Zach has a good sense of humor about it?

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