You guys, this is so not like Tori Roloff.
Like, SO not like Tori Roloff.
The Little People, Big World star has over one million Instagram followers -- and they're treated on a frequent basis to sweet photos of Roloff's kids and/or posts about how grateful Tori is to have this sort of following.
What do they almost never read?
The mother of two clapping back against trolls or critics in any way, shape or form.
Tori typically keeps things light and positive on social media.
This how we know she must be royally pissed at the moment.
Because, over the weekend, Tori posted a photo of herself with her daughter Lilah and son Jackson... and positively laid into haters like never before.
"I am not responsible for teaching the world anything about dwarfism or a pandemic or any other global issue," Tori said to open a lengthy caption, adding:
"However, it is my privilege to have a platform where I can share information on things I find important like dwarfism or a pandemic or other global issues."
It's unclear what prompted this kind of response from Tori.
A few days ago, a fan asked about the status of Jackson after seeing the very young man standing in awkward fashion.
Roloff replied at the time that her son was "popping his hip here with some sass" and was not in any sort of pain.
The fan, however, simply seemed legitimately worried about the three-year old, who was diagnosed at birth Achondroplasia, a condition that does come with a few health concerns.
Still, perhaps Tori is just tired of constantly talking about her kids as little people -- as opposed to talking about them as simply... people.
"I did not chose to be in the public eye," she continued in her latest message.
"I fell in love and I chose my husband then and I choose him every day since.
"This all comes along with him and our family and I feel like I’ve done a damn good job of being the best I can be."
No argument here on that point, that's for certain.
Tori has always been candid about some of her struggles as a mother -- recently sharing her guilt over isolating her daughter during the ongoing pandemic -- but that just helps her come across as more relatable.
She really is one of oour favorite celebrities for that reason.
"I don’t owe you anything," Tori concluded, really handing it to her critics hard.
"You don’t own me. You can’t manipulate me. This is my instagram and I can choose what I want to share.
"If this doesn’t sit well with you... I’m sorry.
"It’s not my job to change your mind."
Hey now, don't apologize, Tori!
We can't imagine how challenging it must be to always face scrutiny and to often be made to feel as if you're the spokesperson for a certain medical condition.
Just continue to hang in there.
And continue to know that you are so very loved around the Internet.