Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown got into some trouble when he released one of his first videos on TikTok. It was a look at him leaping through a burning fire. The platform considered it to be too dangerous of a stunt and took it down. This caused him to put a disclaimer on his most recent one, which is smart.
Bear Brown just took his fans on an extreme trip, and this stunt made the fire leap look pale in comparison.
Bear Brown takes Alaskan Bush People fans on an extreme trip
The new video shows how extreme Bear Brown can be. Anyone who has watched Alaskan Bush People for very long knows that he loves to do anything and everything to get his adrenaline pumping. This time around, instead of just jumping through fire, Bear got in a sled and raced down a twisting and winding hill at full speed. In the caption, he wrote, “Do not attempt to recreate anything in my videos.” That seems to have worked as it has been up a day and TikTok has not removed it yet.
TikTok has a policy of protecting its mostly younger users. Too many people love to replicate and emulate stunts they see on the social media platform. The site wouldn’t want kids leaping through fire, so they took down Bear’s first video for being “too extreme.” This latest video might be hard to replicate for most kids. Bear lives on a mountain and there are lots of paths he has access to that others might not. However, even if TikTok removes it, Bear reposts his videos on Instagram too, so it is also up there.
On his Instagram page, Bear added some more information to the stunt. The trip was seven miles down on the sled from the top to the bottom. He also said that it took him about 45 minutes to make it to the bottom of the mountain, and he filmed a lot of the trip, although the video was only a tiny part of the extreme journey.
Reposted! The first time didn’t know you could put music so easily! Do not attempt to recreate anything in my videos
Bear Brown awaiting birth of second son
Bear Brown might want to slow down the extreme stunts somewhat in his life. His wife Raiven is on bed rest as they prepare for the birth of their second son. The baby is due at the start of February 2023, and Bear and Raiven will welcome River’s little brother into the world.
The pregnancy announcement occurred this season on Alaskan Bush People, but the birth will have to wait until next year if there is another season of the reality show. The Alaskan Bush People season finale will air on Sunday night on Discovery Channel.
What did you think of Bear Brown’s latest extreme stunt? More so, are you enjoying this season of Alaskan Bush People? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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