Alaskan Bush People’s Rain Brown calls for a t-shirt brand to hail and celebrate Satan instead of spreading the word of God.
The youngest of Alaskan bush people, Rain Brown, takes on a clothing line that seems to celebrate the devil instead of condemning him. Rain and the entire wolf pack have always been outspoken about their belief in God. Now that the series is on hiatus, Rain isn’t holding back his thoughts on religion.
Rain learned to shoot, hunt and fish before becoming a teenager after being raised in the Alaskan wilderness. Because of this, when Rain finally started to come into her own, viewers were a bit surprised that she started embracing her feminine side. Last season showed Rain, who is now blonde, can have it all, including wearing makeup while still staying true to her upbringing. Billy and Ami Brown have always raised their children with religion first, and their beliefs have reverberated throughout the Brown family. Rain has always been one of the most outspoken about her belief in God and isn’t shy about broaching the subject.
The 19-year-old took to her Instagram to share her deep love for God. Rain posted a photo t-shirt that read “Remember that Satan loves you.“The feeling has overwhelmed Alaskan bush people star as she told her followers she was “It goes with everything anyone wants in their life. Anything but that.” Rain, who is back on TikTok, then shared a long note about how the world is suffering from violence and unrest and doesn’t need negative messages. Rain’s followers learned that she was a firm believer in Christianity and couldn’t understand how others could believe in something perceived as wrong. The youngest of the wolf pack also gave a brief biblical history of hell.
Rain talked about the Bible and how she has heard many claim that God is the one who punishes his followers and sends everyone to hell. Rain’s thought process was that Satan is the king of the underworld, and he would be the one to control those admitted to hell, stating, “Hell was created for satan, it is satan who takes you to hell, not God.” Rain, who called the ABP emotional finale, urged his followers to be aware of what was happening “inside and around” their.
Many Alaskan bush people followers felt that Rain was a bit out of step with his message. Some former fans decided to unfollow her and even replied that there are bigger issues in the world than worrying about the slogans on the t-shirts. Although Rain may have thought what she wrote would have sounded divine, it just seemed to preach. It’s safe to assume that Rain won’t be wearing similar t-shirts.
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Source: Brown Rain/Instagram
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