Alaskan Bush People spoilers and updates tease that the late Billy Brown has dropped a warning to his loved ones about his impending death. It seemed he knew he wouldn’t be around long. The late patriarch of the Browns was caught on camera saying, “God has blessed me so much, but I won’t be around forever.” He also pointed out the importance of the family nucleus and hoped that it would remain even after his death. He wanted the ranch to continue to grow. He believed that the ranch could last forever if it was set up and managed properly.
Fans may recall that Billy Brown died after suffering a fatal seizure at his Washington home in February. Footage was released showing his family members racing to find help. Sadly, he did not survive, despite being given CPR.
Alaskan Bush People: Big Loss
The final episode of the show highlighted the Browns’ difficulties in coping with the death of their father. Snowbird Brown said it was hard for her to think about life without her father. She considered Billy her hero. Of Rain Brown, she said Billy was her guardian angel, always there no matter what happened. Joshua Bam Bam Brown shared a message with his followers along with a selfie on Instagram. He reminisced about how his parents taught him that we all live in a dark world and their job is to shine a light wherever they can.
He said his father cared more about his family, faith and freedom than money or fame. Bam shared that for Billy, everything they did on the show was worth it if they made just one person smile and brought light into his life.
He thanked all the honorary members of The Wolf Pack. He thanked all of their fans for being a part of their family and for allowing the Browns to be a part of their family. He expressed his gratitude for their love, prayers and support.