‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Uncle Si Robertson Shares His ‘Mugshots’ Saying ‘I’ll Still Be Free in Jesus’

by Quentin Blount
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Ever wanted to see a couple of Si Robertson mugshots? Well then you’re in luck — the Duck Dynasty star has got you covered.

Just about everyone knows and loves Si Robertson. After all, the 73-year-old spent 11 seasons making us all laugh as a member of Duck Dynasty. The popular reality television show aired on A&E from 2012 until 2017. He is also a retired reed maker for duck-call at Duck Commander.

However, Si Robertson’s time in the spotlight did not end with the conclusion of Duck Dynasty. As a matter of fact, Robertson has made appearances on other shows like the Outdoor Channel’s Buck Commander and The Duckmen of Louisana. He was also the host of the Duck Dynasty spin-off Going Si-Ral and he has made guest appearances on Last Man Standing and in the Veggie Tales episode “Merry larry and the True Light of Christmas” as Silas the Narrator.

The man often referred to as “Uncle Si” is also the voice of his very own podcast — Duck Call Room. The most recent episode of the podcast came out on Thursday night. That’s where Uncle Si talks about going to prison. He posted a couple of his “mugshots” to his official Instagram account shortly after the episode dropped.

“You can send me to prison, boys, but I’ll still be free in Jesus,” Uncle Si wrote alongside his mugshots. “Watch what happened when I went to lockup on the new ‘Duck Call Room’. Link in bio!”

Leave it to Uncle Si to make his fans and followers laugh.

‘Duck Dynasty’ Star is a Man of Faith

Having a strong faith is a core value of all of the Duck Dynasty family members, and Uncle Si Robertson is certainly no exception there. He has always been very open about being a Christian.

“That’s what got me through 65 years of life, my belief in God and what he’s done for us and what he will do for us,” Robertson said in a previous interview.

What are his favorite scripture verses you may ask? Those would be John 3:16 and 17.

“When I sign people’s stuff I put down John 3:16 and 17,” he said. “Most people can tell you what 16 says, OK. ‘For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son.’ But they don’t know nothin’ abut 17. It says Jesus didn’t come to condemn us. If anybody had a right to condemn someone, it would be the son of God. If he didn’t do it, then hey, we definitely are not qualified to do it.”

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