“Alaskan Bush People” star Gabe Brown has fans concerned after his recent selfie on social media with a cryptic message.
Gabe Brown is the most recent “Alaskan Bush People” star to have fans raising concerns over their mental state. Many assume that after their first Father’s Day without their father, Billy Brown, the children are having a tough time.
In early February, the patriarch of the tight-knit family suddenly died at their home in Washington. Billy Brown was 68 at the time of his fatal seizure. His son, Bear, quickly called 911 around 4 p.m. He explained to dispatchers that his father was not breathing. By the time they arrive, he was already dead, and despite life-saving efforts, they could not revive Billy Brown.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Gabe Brown Cryptic Uploads
On June 20, while people were celebrating the fathers in their lives, the Brown family was left mourning their loss. Fans assume that is what is taking a toll on Gabe Brown. Furthermore, the family is currently involved in a scandal after Matt called out the family for lying about their money.
“Being happy used to be easy. There was nothing to be sad about. Sure there were always ups and downs, but at the end of the day, as long as I could look around and see those faces of the ppl I love happy was easy.”
Last night, Gabe Brown posted another photo to his Instagram that has fans concerned. A black and white image shows Gabe looking away from the camera. He has let his beard grow out as well.
The caption reads, “I know a place where dreams are born.”
Fans Offer Comfort
Many fans quickly flooded to the comment section to give Gabe Brown words of encouragement. Questions on Brown’s depression-like headspace are also raised.
“Gabe, it’s hard losing your father. I know how you feel. What helped me was knowing that he wasn’t in any more pain. I know that you have depression of your own, and this doesn’t help. Remember, you have a family that needs you now. I’m so sorry again. Much love.”
Others say that they miss the old, happier version of Gabe Brown, while some send hashtags with “never surrender” and “never give up.”
“Miss that sweet, happy all the time, make the best of everything smile!!! Continued prayers for you and your family!” pens one fan. Another writes, “I hope you and your family are doing well and your pain is lessening as the days go by… Sending love and more prayers your way, Gabe.”
It is currently unknown the context behind the cryptic message.
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