Alaskan Bush People’s Rain Brown shared a rather bizarre tribute to her brothers during National Brothers’ Day, which she compared to rocks.
The teenager, the youngest in the Brown family, went to Instagram yesterday to post a plethora of photos with her brothers and sister: ‘Bam Bam’, Bear, Gabe, Noah and Bird.
Sharing the photos on Instagram, the 17-year-old told her 175,000 followers in the caption that the brothers “are like rocks” and warned that if you rub your toe on them, “they hurt you.
She wrote, “Brothers are like rocks, they keep you on the ground when it matters most”. “…but when you put a toe on them they hurt you. Her post comes days after Rain begged God to help the doctors defeat the coronavirus and urged her followers to “stay home”.
Sharing her photo of the Alaskan terrain, she wrote: “I don’t remember why I took this photo, but the bright, vibrant colors remind me of the good things in life. “These days may be full of uncertainty, but don’t doubt the love of the gods.”
“These days may be full of disease, but don’t forget that things must get a little worse before they get better,” she continues. “Lord, please guide the hands of the doctors, purify this land and keep us all in your warm embrace, in the name of Jesus Amen”. God bless you all. Stay home and stay safe. #Stay home, stay home, stay strong, God bless you.”
Elsewhere, her brother Bear Brown received a flood of requests from fans begging him to see his son after the Sun revealed to him that he had asked for joint custody of the tot.
Bear Brown’s son was born prematurely on March 9, and his ex-girlfriend Raiven Adams said she ignored her requests to go see the baby.
But the reality star has shared incredible photos of his time in seclusion in the mountains of Washington State, and now fans are vying for an update on his River offspring. A fan said last night on Instagram, “Hello Bear Brown. Lots of extreme photos, but why none of your son?
I’m in Australia and we’re back in the land of television.” I heard there were problems, but you definitely have a picture of her.”
“Can you at least see the baby? Or do you have pictures? Too bad we don’t see him often,” asks another.