Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown doesn’t seem to have a filter when it comes to what he shares online from time to time. One of his more recent posts picked up some rather negative comments. Many people could be ashamed after the setback the son of the Alaska Bush People got, but apparently not, because the post is still topical.
Alaskan Bush People: Bear Brown Misses With Recent Post Online
Bear Brown seems drawn to some of the darker things in life when browsing through his social media. Many of his messages depict the darkness and tend to be frightening.In the new season of the Alaskan Bush People, Bear Brown claims to have the top of his finger on the windmill seriously. But it’s almost as if he’s wearing the injury as a sign of courage.
What the followers of the show were looking at on Bear’s social media account lately had to do with toes. It looks like Bear somehow injured them, but he doesn’t go into the details. His picture had a side effect, as the fans noticed some disturbing things. Like his toenails weren’t very pleasant to look at.
Also, a few comments from the Alaskan Bush People enthusiasts made a suggestion to Bear. It seems that a message to the wilderness man is conveyed that there are some things that you just do not post online.
Arm Chair Sleuths Offer Diagnosis and Treatment Suggestions for Bear Brown
While Bear Brown shared the graphic photo seen above, he didn’t explain what happened. That provided a blank canvas for the followers of Alaska Bush People to make their own assumptions.
Not only did people offer their theories about this Bear Brown injury, but many also had ideas about how to deal with these painful numbers. Some viewers thought Bear Brown gave himself a blister from walking too much.
A suggestion to soak his feet in Epsom salt also emerged. Bear Brown did get some sympathy for the injury with the word ‘ouch’ that appeared as soon as his followers looked at his toes.
Since Matt Brown doesn’t appear to be with the family this season, Bear seems to step into his shoes. Matt traditionally acted as the Alaska Bush People spokesperson for the children. But not the way it seems to fall for Bear now.
When his dad was sick, he gave the patriarch’s health updates to the fans. At the time, the followers of the show thought he might have grown up a bit. But maybe they jumped the gun. At the age of 32, he’s excited about things that usually attract the attention of a teenager. Like dark superheroes, gore, and now this toe post.