Ami Brown continues her battle against stage-4 lung cancer. The “Alaskan Bush People” star previously admitted that these could be her last days, but she will fight until her last breath. The Brown family previously shut down their homestead in rural Alaska and relocated to Southern California for their matriarch’s intense chemo and radiation therapy. Recently, the Billy and Ami’s 14-year-old daughter took to social media to slam all her critics.

Rain answers critics

Mean-spirited trolls were quick to criticize Rain Brown after she posted a video of herself singing “I’m Moving On,” a song popularized by Rascal Flatts, over the weekend.

“I hope you find what you are looking for and may God walk with you on your journey, and may you be reminded I am here to walk with you,” the young reality star wrote in the caption. In Touch Weekly reported that Rain’s haters panned her singing abilities despite her inspirational message.

However, the “Alaskan Bush People” star was unfazed by her critics and said that their negativity would never get her down. “If you allow people to run over you people will run over you if you stand your ground everyone will know they can’t run over you,” Rain wrote on Instagram. “This really applies to just about everything, you get what you give,” she went on.

This is not the first time that Rain Brown received a backlash.

In fact, the youngest member of the Brown family was previously criticized for constantly posting selfies while her mom struggles with late-stage cancer. After many fans attacked her posting, the youngster answered her critics with another note that reminded her supporters that everything would fall into its proper places if they choose to put themselves first.

Hiatus to cancellation?

Meanwhile, The Hollywood Gossip reported that the production for the imminent “Alaskan Bush People” Season 8 was put on hold for some unknown reasons. While the management could be just delaying the production for a while due to Ami's complicated health condition, fans cannot help but speculate that the hiatus might later turn into a cancellation.

Reports about the show’s possible cancellation sparked after it was revealed that Ami Brown’s health condition is getting worse by the day.

The Brown matriarch revealed in a recent interview with People that she only has a three-percent chance of survival. However, Billy’s wife said that she would remain positive and hopeful. Ami told the publication that she does not want to be anxious about it as it can only worsen the situation. She added that she decided to keep his faith in God especially now that she and her family are in tough times.

Discovery Channel has yet to announce the renewal or cancellation of the “Alaskan Bush People” series. Therefore, fans should take these rumors lightly until everything is proven true and correct. Stay tuned for more news and updates about Billy, Ami and the rest of the Brown family!