LITTLE People, Big World's Jacob Roloff shaded his famous family on Twitter on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old revealed that he feels embarrassment at being related to people who support President Trump.
"I, too, am embarrassed to be related to Trump voters," he wrote on Twitter.
It would appear to be a direct reference to his brother Jeremy and his wife Amy, who has previously blogged her apparent support for Trump.
It comes after fans expressed concern that Jacob has split from his wife, Isabel Sofia Rock, after posting a rather cryptic message on his social media, saying he "feels like s**t" and "wants her back."
The 23-year-old tied the know with Isabel on September 7, 2019, after getting engaged in 2017.
Along with a screengrab of the definition of the word "ignorance," he wrote on Tuesday: "Feel like pure s**t, just want her back."
Fans quickly took to the comment to ask if he was ok as they believed he might be referring to his bride.
Jacob seemingly brushed off any potential rumors as he wrote: "This is a meme fyi and is a reference in jest to some ministry developments in the Christian world.
"Watch THE FAMILY on netflix."
The two got hitched eight months ago in a small and private ceremony at the the Roloff Farm in Oregon.
Minimal pictures were shared from the wedding as the youngest of the Roloff kids cut ties from the show five years ago, after turning 18.
He joined siblings Jeremy and Molly in stepping back from the limelight.
Back in 2016, Jacob slammed the producers of the show for making up the drama featured in the series.
He wrote on Instagram at the time: "For the sake of 'the episode' and ratings I've seen a lot of STORYLINES drawn up (loosely) about our lives, and when I was standing here, behind the scenes and watching it from an outside perspective I just couldn't stop laughing.
"Laughing at how hard the producers have to try to get us to follow the talking points, and at how ridiculous the talking points are."
He continued his lengthy post: "[...] the primary objective I have felt and observed over the years of the 'crew' is to preserve their job and preserve the ratings, which is up to you to be right or wrong.
"That's not to say they are all soulless corporate shills or something, there are and have been good people involved but that doesn't negate the fact that they do have their own personal agenda.
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"For me, noticing how the agenda of the crew doesn't work well with the health & happiness of our family is what made me decide quite a while ago that I would not be a part of it as soon as I was able.
"[...] the family that is filmed is not my family. They are the Roloff Characters and I have scarcely anything in common with them, nor do I want to be a character myself.
"As soon as the cameras drop however, its almost like they never played the part."
As a teen, he claimed his parents owed him money from the longtime series and distanced himself from reality fame and his whole family.
Despite their previous issues and his refusal to appear on the show, he is now very close with his family.