‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Joshua ‘Bam Bam’ Brown Makes a New Deer Friend in Adorable Video

by Joe Rutland
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When it comes to making friends, “Alaskan Bush People” star Joshua “Bam Bam” Brown knows how to do it and show the world.

This time, Brown says hello to a new deer friend. He’s meeting a lot of new animals out in his farming space that takes up a lot of his time.

Well, Outsiders, he took a little time out to show what happened in a TikTok video. Check it out.

What a cute video and it appears that “Bam Bam” is going to have those deer come around a little more.

Hey, if you area deer and find some food out to eat, then are you going to pass it by? No way.

Oh, if you have not seen “Bam Bam” on “Alaskan Bush People” lately, well it’s because he’s no longer on the show.

His other family members are on there, but he’s spending time focusing on his life.

Outsiders, catch more “Alaskan Bush People” episodes on The Discovery Channel.

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Reclusive Star Shares Rare Selfie On Social Media

Yes, Outsiders, you see plenty of the Brown family on “Alaskan Bush People” but not every family member likes the spotlight.

That definitely includes Joshua “Bam Bam” Brown. Now he’s one of seven children between Billy and Ami Brown.

It’s been a tough period of time for them all after Bily died in February 2021.

Well, Joshua recently shared a rare selfie of himself on Instagram.

This is quite a rarity for anyone in this member of the “Alaskan Bush People” family to do so.

Joshua, 34, looks a bit like Billy. Check out that photo right here.

With that pic, he wrote, “When I was a kid, my Mom and Dad taught me that this world can be a dark place, and that it’s our job to shine light wherever we can.”

Billy Brown’s Children Are Heeding Their Late Father’s Wishes In Their Lives

You probably can expect all of Billy’s children that are connected to “Alaskan Bush People” will follow his wishes.

Now Joshua remembered those lessons and has kept them close to his heart.

He offered some wisdom that he’s picked up from Billy and Ami.

Joshua also wrote online that they “taught me that when it’s hard, when you want to fall to the ground and cry, when everything in you says give up, that is when you must keep going, when you must have courage and faith.”

But there was more from the fountain of Billy’s wisdom to offer the world. Bam Bam said Billy “never cared about money or fame. What he did care about was family, faith, and freedom.”

“Alaskan Bush People” continues in the memory of Billy Brown.

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