Gabe Brown, one of the stars of “Alaskan Bush People,” has had a tough time as of late, months removed from the death of his father, Billy Brown. Gabe deleted a series of emotional posts that featured some of his own poetry. He feared that the work was lost forever. But his fans stepped up and were able to help him recover in more ways than one.
Brown family patriarch, Billy, passed away in February. Gabe and the rest of the Browns have taken his death hard and are still feeling the effects of his loss. Working through his emotions, Gabe posted on social media, sharing how he was feeling with his fans.
Recently, however, the “Alaskan Bush People” star made the decision to delete a series of those posts.
“I recently deleted a bunch of posts with pomes about missing Da. I instantly regretted it. These are the pics, but I lost the poems. There are a lot of emotions one goes through when missing someone, some of you won’t understand some of my new posts. Don’t ask questions, just be glad,” Gabe wrote in the caption.
People do, indeed, grieve in many different ways. Rarely is it exactly the same process from person to person. For the “Alaskan Bush People” star, that process included sharing his poetry with his followers. And good thing for him, after he regretted removing those posts, the fans had his back.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star’s Outlook is Improving
Whatever it was that compelled Gabe Brown to delete his emotional posts in the first place, he couldn’t have imagined that his fans would have cared enough to help him find them. But that’s exactly what they did. Outsider was even credited in the replies with having documented some of Gabe’s work. Needless to say, we were happy to be of service.
The “Alaskan Bush People” star followed up to thank his followers for their help. Better yet, the caption included some words that seemed to suggest a more positive attitude.
The fans didn’t hesitate to offer their thoughts on the “Alaskan Bush People” star’s outlook.
“Rain helps things grow. Keep being you. Write, cry… do what ever it is that you’ve got to do, just don’t bottle it all up. You’ve got this!” a follower commented.
“Glad you got them back. I lost my mom last month. It is a hard thing to deal with. Stay strong.” Another added.
We echo those sentiments here at Outsider, wishing Gabe the best.