In a post that has since been deleted, Alaskan Bush People‘s Bear Brown says he’s to announce unfortunate news soon.
“I have an announcement to make. I can’t say what it is at the moment, but I will in the coming weeks,” Bear posts to his official Instagram Monday.
“Unfortunately it’s not what I wanted, but the only thing I can do,” he concludes. The statement comes as a caption to the Alaskan Bush People alum‘s latest moody shot. Within, we see Bear looking forlorn into the camera with the smoky wilderness behind him.
But what has Bear Brown so troubled? Outsider hopes it isn’t anything too serious, as Bear has had a tremendously hard year so far. First in February 2021, the Bush family lost their beloved patriarch, Billy Brown, to a stroke. Bear in particular has had an awful time coping with his father’s death. As someone who lost their own father in 2020, I completely understand.
Then, Bear and the mother of his only child would split off their engagement, leaving the young man’s family further torn apart. His posts on social media tend to be gloom since – but obviously not without reason.
Unfortunately, we can’t embed any of Bear Brown’s posts here. The reality star’s privacy settings are set to max. We can, however, link you out to his Instagram account here. From there, give Bear a follow, and you can view his updates in all their forms.
The Emotional Journey of ‘Alaskan Bush People’s Bear Brown
Yet this doesn’t mean that the Alaskan Bush People star is all doom & gloom. In fact, a recent shot shows Bear looking mighty gritty alongside his raised Jeep Cherokee and trusty rifle.
“I am Bear Brown! If there’s one thing my life has taught me, it’s that you can never guess where it’s going to lead,” his Instagram bio states. It’s a statement that Bear’s 252k followers know to be true. The “Team Extreme” fans love his updates regardless, and his latest offering is an Outsider-esque shot of the Alaskan Bush People alum looking like something out of Mad Max.
There, the photo captures Bear sleeveless and brandishing his rifle. Behind him, his souped-up classic Jeep Cherokee sits on a lift kit. Massive off-road tires provide the cherry on top of his red rider. Everything – and we mean everything – is covered in dry mud, too. Including young Bear himself!
Over in the comments for this post, Alaskan Bush People fans offer up gems such as:
“Que triste que solo a través de un programa de tu.. podamos observar, conocer y llegar a identificarnos con excelentes seres humanos.”
Which, in English, translates to: “How sad that only through your displays can we can observe, know, and come to identify with excellent human beings.”
Can you say “passionate fans” for a passionate man? Be sure to stick with your fellow Outsiders for more on the latest from Alaskan Bush People‘s Bear Brown. Hopefully his incoming “unfortunate news” isn’t too bad, after all.