Alaskan Bush People's reclusive brother Joshua 'Bam Bam' Brown joins TikTok and takes fans inside his chicken coop

ALASKAN Bush People's reclusive brother Joshua 'Bam Bam' Brown joined TikTok and took the fans inside his chicken coop filled with adorable chicks.

Better known as "Bam Bam" on the Discovery show, Joshua, 34, shared his "new little friend" with the rest of TikTok. 


The Alaskan Bush People star showed off the 50 Pekin ducks he had received. 

The second-oldest brother of his seven siblings did not know if the cute yellow duckling he was holding was a "he or she yet," but he would soon "find out."

He added that the ducklings were "all cute little fuzzballs."

The reality star asked the "whittle little baby" if he wanted to "go back with his siblings."

The friendly poultry birds started squeaking as they were all huddled up together. 

Joshua mentioned that his partner Allison Kagan thought he said "super cute too much" during the short clip. 

THE TRIBUTE

Recently, Bam Bam had posted a tribute to his late father, Billy, 68.

In the photo, the TV personality looked incredibly similar to the Brown family patriarch. 

He wrote: "When I was a kid, my Mom and Dad taught me that this world can be a dark place and that it’s our job to shine light wherever we can."

"They taught me that when it’s hard when you want to fall to the ground and cry when everything in you says give up, that is when you must keep going when you must have courage and faith."

The TV star continued: "Da never cared about money or fame. What he did care about was family, faith, and freedom.

"Da once said that if our show made just one person smile, and brought light into just one persons’ life, even for just a moment, then it was worth all of it."

He concluded: "To all the honorary members of The Wolf Pack, Thank you. Thank you for being a part of our family, and letting us be a part of yours. Thank you for your prayers, support, and the love you have all shown for my family. Never give up. Never surrender."

THE TRAGIC MOMENT

Back in February, The Sun exclusively revealed that a series of 911 calls were made by the crew members asking for emergency services to attend Billy’s home address. 

In one call, a female crew member told the 911 operator: “Hi, I have someone not breathing. I need an ambulance, like as soon as possible.”

During the premiere of the new season, Billy's widow Ami, 58, revealed his last words to her before he died.

Ami said: "His life was ending. He said, 'I love you.'"




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