“Psss. *whisper *whisper. What do you think I told him?” Gabe posts to his Instagram. A lot of glum selfies have come out of Brown’s recent social media usage, but not this time. Instead, we’re treated to a hysterically-perfect snapshot of the Alaskan Bush People star and his new best friend: Bigfoot.
Well, a statue of the big guy, anyway. But this isn’t just any ol’ statue. Whoever sculpted with Sasquatch masterpiece is to be congratulated. The detail is incredible – as are the ivory eyes that make him come to life right alongside Gabe.
Some Alaskan Bush People fans are taking Gabe’s caption quite literally, too, and offering up their answers to his “What do you think I told him?” prompt.
For our money, the best of the lot is undoubtedly: “My beard is better than yours.”
Aye, there’s no beating the Alaskan Bush present on Gabe’s face. It is magnificently thick.
Others try to match this comment, with the likes of “You said, “My feet are bigger!” 😂” and “You asked… Who does your hair?” – but they fall short. Such is the way of the internet!
From Sasquatch to the American Flag: ‘Alaskan Bush People’s Gabe Brown
If you’ve been following Gabe Brown on Instagram, then you’ll have undoubtedly seen his Fourth of July photos and messages. While much of Gabe’s post tend to focus on family and his current mood, sometimes he goes the extra mile to share a work of art – or a celebratory holiday video.
He did the latter for Independence Day 2021, and by his own standards Gabe Brown went too far. While he certainly didn’t do anything on purpose to defame America, he did wind up wearing the American Flag as a “superhero cape.”
Whether certain comments or messages were enough to upset the Alaskan Bush People star, or if he came to the conclusion on his own isn’t clear. Whatever the case, he issued a lengthy apology and replacement post shortly after:
“Dear United States of America. I would like to apologize publicly for my latest post which I’ve taken down after reading, and remembering the following: No disrespect should be shown to the flag of the United States of America,” Gabe says in the replacement post.
‘I Hold America in the Highest Regard’
“The flag should not be dipped to any person or thing,” he continues, owning up to his own mistake. “The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free.”
Brown clarifies that “wearing” the American flag “as a superhero cape in my Independence Day video was wrong of me.”
“I apologize if I offended any government citizenry or Patriot of the U.S.A. This was not my intent,” the fourth son of late Alaskan Bush People patriarch Billy Brown says.
“I hold America in the highest regard, and believe in it’s constitution, and declaration of independence. God Bless America,” he concludes.
What a gent. Keep it up, Gabe! For more on his recent Instagram exploits and life views, Outsider’s got you covered.