Rain Brown got a jump start on her New Year’s resolution, but not everyone is impressed! The Alaskan Bush People star took to Instagram on Wednesday, Dec. 27 to share a video of herself doing pull-ups, but fans couldn’t help but slam the 15-year-old for her form. Watch the video below to see what people had to say!
Unfortunately, the youngest of the Brown family is no stranger to controversy. Earlier this month, Rain was slammed yet again, this time for posting a photo of herself in a tribute to her parents on their birthdays. “Happy birthday to the amazing man that has put up with this mess (and six others) for so many years, I hope your day has been wonderful daddy!” she wrote in the caption. “And I’d like to wish a late birthday to his beautiful wife and my adorable mommy,” she added.
Fans immediately began commenting on the snap with one writing, “Why is it a picture of you and not your mom and dad if it’s their birthday?” A second chimed in, “Happy bday to your dad but you post a pic of yourself lol, Okay.”
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Happy birthday to the amazing man that has put up with this mess (and six others) for so many years, I hope your day has been wonderful daddy! And I’d like to wish a late birthday to his beautiful wife and my adorable mommy 😘 trust me I don’t know how you dealt with us and still wanted to have more kids haha, I hope I’m even half as good of a parent as y’all are, LOVE YOU MOMMY AND DADDY! 😘🤗👨👩👧 #staystrong #stayhappy #happybirthday #merrychristmas #mommy #daddy #daddysgirl #mommasgirl #love
As previously reported, Brown family matriarch, Ami Brown, was recently diagnosed with lung cancer, which is why Season 8 has been up in the air. In an interview with People in August, the reality TV mama opened up about why she is remaining optimistic even though she only has a three-percent chance of survival.
“I realized early into this that it’s very easy to want to give up and just die. And on the pessimist side, it could be my last days,” she said. “But I have the will to fight.” She added, “Worrying about it only makes it worse. There is hope and that hope is having faith in God. You can’t give up. I tell people be happy. Just be happy. It’s a choice. Things can be hard and you just want to curl up but you have to shine.” We hope Ami is on the road to recovery — and will be a big part of the upcoming season!
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