The “Alaskan Bush People” star has once again taken to social media to post a touching yet cryptic message with a close-up selfie.
The Instagram post comes at a tough time for the young man. The middle child in the Brown family just lost his father, Billy Brown, back in February. Add to that all of the family drama going on with his brother, Matt, and there is a lot on Gabe’s mind.
“When I come home will you greet me with that smile you used to wear? the one that made me smile, the one we used to share. Will you tell me all the things I’ve missed about your day? then when all is said, and done, and nothing’s left to say, will you hold me like a child coming home from school? if it will be like that, that would sure be cool,” Gabe’s caption reads.
The poetic words are reminiscent of a recent post that featured a similar selfie and a reflective message. Fans have grown concerned about the “Alaskan Bush People” star’s well-being. His appearance is increasingly unkempt, and he is clearly grieving. By the same token, Brown’s emotional post is exactly what you’d expect from someone coping with a major loss. He misses his dad.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Fans Offer Their Support
Social media can be an incredibly hostile place at times. So it’s promising to see fans of Gabe and “Alaskan Bush People” offering words of support through his trying times.
“Precious memories. Make sure that you share these memories with your daughter they will be precious to her too if they are shared with you. Give her the memories you gave that’s the greatest gift your da left you so pass it along,” wrote one Instagram user.
“Those are beautiful words and very true! Don’t be sad Gabe your father no wanted to see you like this! Stay strong by sending a big hug to you and your family. God bless you,” another fan offered.
And on the positive side of things, the “Alaskan Bush People” star recently became a father when his wife, Raquell, gave birth to their daughter, Sophie, in 2019. Looking on the bright side of things can be difficult in situations such as Gabe’s. But there is always something meaningful in which we can take solace.