‘LPBW’: Fans Think Jeremy and Audrey Roloff Are Desperate for More Sponsorships
Those who’ve kept up with Little People, Big World know plenty about Jeremy and Audrey Roloff. The couple left the show to pursue their own business dreams, and they seem to be doing quite well for themselves. Not only do they have a ton of fans and followers, but it seems they have a number of amazing sponsorships, too.
While Audrey and Jeremy seem happy to continue pushing products, their fans are weary of it. Here’s what fans are saying about how they think the couple’s desperate for as many sponsorships as possible.
Jeremy and Audrey Roloff push many products on their Instagram
Once Jeremy and Audrey left LPBW behind, they were hard at work creating their own sustainable businesses. They created a website and blog, Beating 50 Percent, to help other couples involve faith in their marriage. And they also created The Marriage Journal and wrote their book, A Love Letter Life, which is all about how they sustain their romance.
Aside from their own projects, Jeremy and Audrey also frequently push their favorite products via Instagram. On June 29, Audrey posted a photo of herself to Instagram showing her holding Mr. Clean products. “Ember’s paintbrushes left on the counter overnight, even an incident with permanent marker … Magic Eraser for the win!” she captioned the sponsored post.
Audrey posted a video to her Instagram Story on July 28 showing off another learning tool she’s using with her daughter, Ember — and, of course, it’s sponsored. “We just discovered this ABCmouse app, which she really loves,” Audrey said with Ember beside her.
They received backlash from fans for products involving their daughter, Ember
While Audrey and Jeremy have no problem pushing their sponsorships, they’re not getting the best reaction from fans.
In early July 2020, Jeremy posted videos to his Instagram Story that showed him giving his daughter a gift. “We haven’t gotten her a new toy in a long time. So, I thought I’d give her a new toy,” Jeremy explained to the camera. And the video clips that followed showed Ember excitedly receiving her new toy — though it turns out it was all for a sponsorship with Fisher-Price.
Fans shared exactly how they felt about the ad, too.
“I was excited for her …. almost emotional… then realized it was all for an #AD lame,” a fan commented on Jeremy’s Instagram post about the toy.
“Yep they plug companies for freebies,” another noted.
Fans think Jeremy and Audrey want even more sponsorships
Reddit users noticed it seems like Jeremy wants even more sponsorships than he and Audrey have already. In July 2020, he posted an Instagram Story pointing out Pull Kitchen camping gear ahead of his camping trip he took with Audrey. He captioned the post, “@pullkitchen, you are tempting me. Would love to partner!”
“They’re probably low on cash money and high on debt,” one Reddit user noted. “Neither is holding down a real job.”
“Anything to avoid getting an actual job,” another wrote.
“The only way he be close to getting sponsorships is to go back on LPBW,” another added.
We highly doubt Jeremy and Audrey will be back on LPBW full-time, but we certainly are curious about how they’re making their income now. While they seem to be successfully attaining sponsorships, they may be losing fans quickly. And many others seem to suspect that their marriage isn’t currently in the best place, either. We’ll have to wait and see what the couple gets into next — but we’re hoping they keep their fans in mind.
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