Matt Brown, the elusive star of Alaskan Bush People, shared with his followers that he bought a new truck for himself after the recent snowfall in Loomis. Since leaving the show, Matt has been working on a farm near his family’s home, but hasn’t taken part in filming the show. Matt Brown has been working on his recovery, and fans are happy that he’s given himself a little treat.
The 38-year-old has been on his own for years after a falling out with his entire family. Matt Brown has been living alone while working to better himself after the untimely death of his father, Billy Brown, last February. Before Billy became ill, Matt Brown revealed that his parents and producers were the ones who got him hooked on alcohol and drugs.
Fortunately, before Billy Brown passed away, Matt shared that he was able to reconcile with his father. However, in the months that followed, Matt seemed to be ostracized by his family, with fans noting that the current season did not show him grieving with his siblings. Instead, Matt spent the vacations alone.
Alaskan Bush People: Matt Brown Shows Off His New Truck
There’s nothing like a gift to cheer you up when you’re feeling down. That’s exactly what Matt did when he shared the purchase of a pickup truck for himself after a long winter. Matt took to his Instagram page to share the exciting news as he showed off his blue vehicle. While the truck wasn’t exactly new from the dealer lot, it was new enough for him. Matt explained that the most important art of any “rig” is the heat; he can work on everything else.
The oldest member of the Wolf Pack went on to tell fans that he had no intention of “kid” them, revealing that a lot of work needs to be done, including some new wiring. Matt Brown left his followers with the following words at the end of his video, “Persistence overcomes resistance,” hoping he encouraged viewers to do better every day. Matt signed off with his famous smile and idling truck in the background.
Since spending Christmas alone, Matt Brown has been working hard after a significant snowfall hit the farm. Every day, he shovels snow while updating fans on his recovery from addiction. With 200,000 followers, Matt feels compelled to keep up with his fans and encourage them to live a healthy lifestyle. Now, Alaskan Bush People followers are looking forward to more updates as his truck is up and running.