Amy Roloff has riled up some fans with her latest Instagram post.
It seems her followers have had enough of the Little People, Big World star "promoting" products on her Instagram page.
Amy, 53, shared a snap on Nov. 13 promoting a box subscription service called FabFitFun.
She captioned the post: "#fabfitfunpartner I am super excited to ring in the wintry season with my new @fabfitfun winter box! I can’t wait to use my new Ponte Studio Aloe Infused Socks!"
She then encouraged her fans to head over to the company's website to check out the service and offered them a discount code.
But some of her followers weren't happy.
"And again with the #ad I'm sorry @amyjroloff but it's all you post," one said.
Another added: "Amy respectfully I don't like the fact that your page is being commercialized to much, I visit to see you, your life, not to buy stuff."
Amy, I don't like the fact that your page is being commercialized.
One ranted: "Oh not you too Amy," while another wrote: "Please sell your stuff from your kitchen but don’t get on the coo coo train with the Hollywood idiots."
Amy is a beloved star on Little People, Big World but she's no stranger to criticism.
Over the past few months, she has received backlash from her fans for various reasons.
Last month Amy was slammed by fans for still using her ex-husband Matt's last name despite finalizing their divorce last year.
But now that she's found love again with boyfriend Chris Marek, fans have accused Chris of "using" Amy.
One critic commented on an Oct. 31 pic of Amy at Chris' house as she "passed out candy" to kids on Halloween.
They wrote: "Hope she's at Zach and Tori's home not that user's home Chris, big mistake believe me Amy you can do better [sic] them him he's just in it for the game getting his face out there."
But Amy wasn't going to have people slamming her man, so she hit back at the comment: "Try not to make quick assumptions about anyone from what you see on an edited show."