‘Alaskan Bush People’: Rain Brown Writes, Sings, Dedicates Song To Someone She ‘Once Did’ Love, ‘Still’ Loves

Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown took to social media on Saturday to share a song that she wrote and dedicated to someone she “once did” and “still” does love. Billy and Ami Brown’s 14-year-old daughter has recently sparked dating rumors with another recent social media post, according to In Touch Weekly, but her most recent post puts to rest any rumors that she might now have a boyfriend. Along with her short song on Saturday night, Rain Brown told her followers that she’s been “having trouble finding” happiness “without you.”

One of Rain Brown’s followers wanted to know “who is it” that she loved and “still” does love after she posted a song on Instagram that she had written based on The Last Five Years movie soundtrack. Of course, Rain never reveals who it was that she once loved and still loves, but she wrote in the post that she hopes this person “can find your happiness without me.” Rain told her nearly 40,000 Instagram followers on Saturday that she had been listening to the soundtrack to The Last Five Years prior to writing, dedicating, and sharing her song, that’s apparently supposed to be something like the soundtrack to the musical and comedy-drama film from 2014, as described by IMDb.

Rain Brown goes on to say that it’s okay “to be sad” and that all feelings are “valued and true.” Rain’s post about her mysterious past boyfriend comes just a couple of days after she posted a quote to her Instagram account that referenced someone “very attractive” that she “will stare at.” In Touch Weekly shared the entire quote — that Rain Brown has since deleted from her Instagram account. The Inquisitr also previously touched on Rain’s quote post from Friday, adding that the quote had a caption that revealed a “crush” that Rain Brown had on someone when she was only 12-years-old. Rain also revealed in the caption that she had talked to someone else she “had liked” about her crush and “that turned out great.”

Could Rain Brown’s song that she shared on Saturday be dedicated to the other “someone else” that she had liked? If so, that relationship apparently didn’t last for the longterm, but one of Rain’s Instagram followers told her that she will find the “right one when it’s time.” Another one of Rain Brown’s Instagram followers wrote that it’s okay “to be sad” but “singing makes it better.” Rain has previously shared that she enjoys singing, and she often posts short video clips of herself singing various songs on her Instagram account, even though some of her followers criticize her singing ability. Rain even captioned the song that she had written on Saturday with the hashtag #idontcareifsomeofyoudontthinkicansing.

One comment on Rain Brown’s song said that Rain is a “sweet girl,” adding that she might want to use that “sweet, innocent personality for something” other than singing. However, another comment told Rain that it’s “important to have an outlet” as her mom, Ami Brown, continues to fight a late-stage cancer diagnosis, and, of course, Rain’s followers asked her for updates on how Ami is doing healthwise.

Another follower asked how she’s been “adjusting to life” outside of the Alaskan bush. The entire nine-member Brown family left Browntown in the Alaskan bush earlier this year to follow mom Ami to California to be with her as she underwent aggressive radiation and chemotherapy treatment for stage 4 lung cancer.

However, reports have recently surfaced that some members of the Brown family, including Ami Brown, have traveled to Colorado to begin filming for Season 8 of the family’s long-running Discovery Channel reality TV series. Monsters & Critics shared less than two weeks ago that Rain Brown had posted a “cryptic message” on Snapchat that said she was “working” on something and her followers would “find out soon.”

Alaskan Bush People fans reportedly took that as a “sign” that the next new season “had started filming,” especially since Rain Brown has been sharing Instagram posts with a location tagged in Colorado — the supposed next new location for Browntown. Monsters & Critics also shared in October that Alaskan Bush People Season 8 will probably “air at the very earliest in the spring.”

[Featured Image by Rain Brown/Instagram]