Chris Marek Actually Speaks Out: Is He Engaged to Amy Roloff?!?

Chris Marek is tired of listening.

He’s tired of reading all those insults hurled his way via social media, as Little People, Big Word fans across the Internet accuse him of being a gold digger who is no good for Amy Roloff.

He wants to finally set the record straight.

For the first time that we can remember, Marek has actually sat down for an interview, talking in depth about his relationship with Roloff.

The pair have been together for nearly a year now and show no signs of slowing down.

Marek is a successful real estate agent who seems completely smitten and who has been accepted by all members of this close-knit family.

So, why do so many people out there hate Marek so much?

Why are there so many comments on Amy’s Instagram page that urge her to dump his sorry, no-good rear end?

Marek has no idea.

But he can at least address one rumor that continue to make its way around the Web:

Is he engaged to Roloff? Are they planned a wedding?

“No, we aren’t engaged,” Marek tells Radar Online in this exclusive Q&A, adding:

“Everything is good. Everything is strong, but not at this time.”

It does sound like something Marek has considered or would consider, however, and he even may have hinted to Radar just when the major question may be popped.

“Nothing major is happening now,” he insists, prior to dropping what some could consider a significant tease:

”But we have a cruise coming up next month – that’s the biggest thing happening in the near future that we are excited about.”

Could this big thing include a big diamond as a gift to his long-time girlfriend?!?

We can only speculate at this time.

Amy, of course, split from husband Matt Roloff back in May of 2016.

The reality stars released an amicable joint statement back then and haven’t said a single negative word about each other in the media since.

Matt has moved on himself to a woman named Caryn Chandler, yet some folks out there continue to either hope for a reconciliation or to push Amy to at least find someone other than Chris.

As we said previously, we really can’t figure out why.

Marek seems really nice!

As you can see via photos such as the one above, Chris often hangs out with Amy and her kids, which is a huge reason why we’re happy to accept him in her life.

If her children don’t have any objections, how can we?!?

The only question remaining is the one Marek answers above: Are they engaged? Okay, no.

But will they soon be engaged? It sounds possible, doesn’t it?

You can expect The Hollywood Gossip to be leading the cheering section when this blessed event does, at last, take place.

We just want Amy Roloff to be happy.


Little People, Big World Fans to Chris Marek: WTH is Wrong with You?!?

We’re very sad to say it, but…

…. here we go again.

As has been well documented over the past several months, Amy Roloff receives flak nearly every time she shares a photo of herself and boyfriend Chris Marek.

It’s really not clear why.

Marek has given the public no reason not to think he’s in this relationship for the right reasons and Amy has been divorced from Matt Roloff for about two years now.

And yet: 

Roloff goes on vacation with Marek, posts a picture and BAM! The fangs come out from certain followers.

There seems to be some kind of vocal minority out there that believes Marek is using Amy for her money and/or that Amy doesn’t have a right to be in a serious relationship right now.

The latest example of these critics speaking out took place over the weekend.

As you can see above, Amy shared a photograph of her and Marek, out and about on St. Patrick’s Day.

“A little Irish sprinkle w/ luck. #goodfriendsgoodtimes #stpatricksday #amyssecondactcontinues,” wrote Amy as a caption to this seemingly harmless picture.

But was it really so harmless?

No, not according to some trolls who may or may not have some major issues with which they need to deal.

One person, for example, called Chris out for not wearing green, while another told him to go ahead and “get lost.”

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So what that Amy is very happy with Marek, apparently!

These Little People, Big World fans (can we even call them that, really?!?) are out for blood when it comes to Chris.

wrong with Chris?

Harsh, right?

But, wait, it gets worse…


Look, we know the Internet can be a mean place.

It would be silly of us to pretend otherwise or to list every insult anyone ever hurled at any Roloff out there.

This is just a confusing and unfortunate pattern, as Amy even gets attacked for sharing a simple post about Easter.

Thankfully, she almost always seems to have a smile on her face.

She doesn’t appear as if she’s letting this misguided hate get her down in any way.

We’re very happy to see that.

And we can’t wait to see more of Amy and her family when TLC finally starts airing new episodes of Little People, Big World on April 3.

Slide back up to the top of this post to check out the official preview!


Kendall Jenner Likely Regrets Chris Brown Alliance Right About Now

In a recent interview, Kendall Jenner expressed regret over that controversial Pepsi commercial from April of last year.

But at least no Pepsi can has ever been accused of beating up its girlfriend.

The same, of course, cannot be said for Chris Brown.

And this explains why so many Kendall Jenner fans are aghast at the model’s decision to make a cameo in Brown’s latest music video.

As previously reported, Jenner appears in the video for “Freaky Friday,” a collaboration between this violent artist and a rapper named Lil Dicky.

At one point in the footage, Dicky takes the form of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, crooning:

Holy sh-t, I got a vagina, I’m gonna learn. I’m gonna understand the inner workings of a woman!

(This is seriously profound and lyrical stuff, folks.)

Jenner hasn’t explained her motivation for this appearance, but Brown pleaded guilty to physically assaulting then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.

He has also had a tumultuous relationship with his ex Karrueche Tran, who had a restraining order taken out against him in 2017 and who has also accused him of attacking her.

Why would Kendall possibly associate herself with the singer?

We have no idea.

And we aren’t the only ones demanding an answer while questioning Jenner’s decision-making process here.

“Please tell me you’re not supporting chris brown,” one Twitter user wrote in response to the 22-year-old’s Tweet about her cameo, while another fan added simply:

“Girl please don’t support an abuser.”

why kj?

Along with Jenner, meanwhile, Ed Sheeran also appears in this same music video.

He’s one of the most successful solo artists out there and most definitely did not need any sort of professional bump from Brown.

So… what the heck were you thinking, Ed?!?

“@edsheeran is on a song with Chris Brown. And in my opinion that currently makes him a dick,” one Internet user wrote.

And another chimed in as follows: “I will not be getting involved with that song. I thought he had better judgement.”

Followers really don’t seem sure how to respond to Sheeran’s cameo.

This is someone whose biggest controversy to date was… we don’t even know. Briefly guest-starring on Game of Thrones last season, we guess?

“I’m kinda upset Ed Sheeran’s on a Chris Brown song cause I hate supporting that a–hole abuser but I love supporting Ed,” Tweeted a confused fan.

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Last week, Brown’s beating of Rihanna returned to the news after Snapchat actually posted an advertisement that mocked his assault conviction.

The message asked users whether they’d rather “slap Rihanna” or “punch Chris Brown.”

Really, this is a thing that happened.

A spokesperson for the social media app apologized in a statement shortly after the ad went viral, saying the “advert was reviewed and approved in error, as it violates our advertising guidelines.”

Rihanna also said something directly to the company at the time:

“I’m just trying to figure out what the point was with this mess! I’d love to call it ignorance, but I know you ain’t that dumb!

“You let us down! Shame on you. Throw the whole app-oligy away.”

In conclusion: Chris Brown sucks and Kendall Jenner has a lot of explaining to do.


Rihanna Blasts Snapchat For Ad Mocking Chris Brown Assault

The powers that be at Snapchat learned two valuable lessons today:

1. Domestic violence is never even remotely funny, and

2. Don’t mess with Queen RiRi.

Rihanna Ad

The folks in charge of marketing for the social media app made the bizarre decision to run the above ad today.

We likely don’t need to remind you that Rihanna was assaulted by Chris Brown in 2009, as who could forget such a revolting incident?

Of course, as freshly horrifying as the attack remains for her millions of fans, no one but Rihanna knows just how traumatic Brown’s attack truly was.

And so it’s not surprising that the outspoken music icon was quick to let Snapchat management know just what she thought of their latest ad campaign:

“SNAPCHAT I know you know you ain’t my fav app out there! But I’m just trying to figure out what the point was with this mess!” the singer wrote in a statement posted – where else? – on Snapchat.

“I’d love to call it ignorance but I know you ain’t that dumb. You spent money to animate something that would intentionally bring shame to DV victims and made a joke of it.”

Rihanna added:

“This isn’t about my personal feelings, cause I don’t have much of them…but all the women, children, and men that have been victims of DV in the past and especially the ones who haven’t made it out yet….you let us down!

“Shame on you. Throw the whole app-oligy away.”

Snapchat was quick to issue an apology that many users have since derided as insincere – and flat-out lame:

“The advert was reviewed and approved in error, as it violates our advertising guidelines,” the company’s statement reads.

“This advertisement is disgusting and never should have appeared on our service. We are so sorry we made the terrible mistake of allowing it through our review process.”

The statement concludes:

“We are investigating how that happened so that we can make sure it never happens again.”

“We are so sorry we made the terrible mistake of allowing it through our review process. We are investigating how that happened so that we can make sure it never happens again.”

Of course, it might be a matter of too little, too late for the controversial social media platform.

In response to Rihanna’s call for fans to delete the app, shares of Snapchat were down a whopping 4.7 percent at the close of trading today.

This comes on the heels of bad press (and a consequent market plunge) stemming from Kylie Jenner declaring Snapchat “dead” back in February.

So the bad news is, Snapchat officiallt sucks.

The good news is, we live in an age in which influential young women can make waves on Wall St. and leave billionaires quaking in their boots with a single social media post.


Chris Brown Just Got Owned by Vanessa Carlton

Chris Brown paid tribute to the opposite sex last Thursday on International Women’s Day.

In what manner?

As difficult as it was for the violent singer, he actually refrained from bludgeoning the face of any female, which is significant progress for someone who ought to be in jail for what he did to Rihanna.

We’re just kidding.

(Well, we’re serious: Brown did not beat any women up last week, as far as we know.)

In actuality, Brown celebrated the aforementioned occasion by posting a video set to Vanessa Carlton’s “A Thousand Miles,” a classic and uplifting pop track which opens follows:

Making my way downtown walking fast/Faces pass and I’m home bound/Staring blankly ahead just making my way/Making a way through the crowd…

But while anyone familiar with this track is likely nodding his or her to the beat right about now, a certain someone out there was doing the exact opposite upon learning Brown shared the snippet:

Vanessa Carlton herself.

She responded to this misguided use of the track by shaking her head and writing in response:

“Today Chris Brown posted my video. I am now being repeatedly tagged to his account. Being that today is International Women’s Day I feel compelled to draw a linr.

“I support survivors not perpetrators of domestic violence. I do not want to be associated with an artist that has assaulted women on a day like today.

“Thank you. #internationalwomensday.”

Carlton, of course, is referring to Brown’s highly publicized assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009, as well as further allegations of violence that have recurred throughout his career.

The artist is a ticking time bomb of rage who has shown no remorse for his actions and has repeatedly proven himself to be an angry abuser.

As a result, we figured Brown would fly off the proverbial handle upon being scolded by Carlton.

But he instead replied in relatively tame and fair fashion, simply tagging Carlton in a post that reads:

“I posted a song that was and still is a great song and the artist felt she was doing her duty as a WOMAN to continue to spread this kind of hatred today.

“I won’t keep it up long. I just hope she knows she is loved and her song is great.”

Passive aggressive and with a clear tinge of disdain, but Chris Brown is always graded on a scale.

If he didn’t bloody her lip, we consider it an impressive response on his part.

Brown, meanwhile, also proved himself to be a somewhat loving father over the weekend, sharing a picture of his young daughter Royalty and including the following caption:

Flyest 3year old On EARTH.

The image has since been Liked over 1.5 million times.

For whatever reason, Brown still has a strong and passionate fan base.

It’s perhaps the most perplexing and annoying development in all of Hollywood because, it case we didn’t make it clear above, the guy is an unabashed woman beater.

But he does have a cute daughter.

It’s not her fault that her dad sucks.

For Royalty’s sake, we hope she never has to learn what kind of man planted his seed in her mother. We hope she grows up blissfully ignorant.