“Alaskan Bush People” star Bear Brown is teasing fans on social media. The reality star promises that “something is coming” in the future.
What exactly that something is, remains a mystery. But the reality star did share a brooding, artistic selfie. Perhaps borrowing a page from brother Noah, Brown is showing off his creative side. The edgy pic is a photograph. But it’s been edited using software to resemble a painting.
In the picture, Brown stares directly at the camera. He’s wearing a cross pendant and is also wielding a scythe. It’s not the first time that Brown used his Instagram to share a selfie. But the image is definitely one of Brown’s most artistic and creative endeavors on the site.
Viewers can check out Brown’s photo on his Instagram page by clicking here. But Brown has a private account so you’ll have to request to follow him to see all of his content.
Perhaps, Bear Brown is teasing the upcoming season of “Alaskan Bush People.”
The reality star previously teased that the show would return for another season. Brown even pranked viewers back in April by teasing he was leaving the show. But he later revealed he was just joking with his followers and promised to return to the show. Either way, the upcoming season of “Alaskan Bush People” promises to be different than seasons past.
For one, the Brown family are without their patriarch Billy Brown. The reality star passed away in February in his Washington home. Prior to his death, Billy Brown struggled with a number of health issues. Since his death, the Brown family has splintered somewhat.
Bear Brown has been the most vocal about his grief on social media. He recently discussed celebrating his birthday for the first time without his father being there. It was a tough day for Brown, who wished he could hug Billy once more.
“Today is the first time in 34 years that my Dad won’t be around for my birthday,” Brown continued. “I miss him so much! I wish I could talk with him again, I wish I could give him a big hug!”
But Bear Brown said he was thankful for all of the national and global support from his fans. He tries to remember to make the most of the time that he has.
“This year has been the hardest in my life! I appreciate everyone who has stuck with me and with my family! I’m gonna still try to have as much fun today as I can! I know that’s what he’d want! Everyday is a blessing, I think too many people forget that! Thank you everyone for your support!!! God bless!!!!”