Beth Chapman gets frank about her stage 4 cancer: ‘It’s a much different animal to attack’
Beth Chapman opened up about her stage 4 cancer battle. She said, "It’s a much different animal to attack."
Hawaii's famous bounty hunting couple, Dog and Beth Chapman have been going through a lot recently. Not only are they closing their longtime office but Beth is also being treated for stage 4 lung cancer.
"We've been here a long time, 15 years or so; it ought to be interesting in moving this business. Lots of memorabilia from the show. Paintings, fixtures, cars. The cars from the Dog the Bounty Hunter show are up for grabs as well."
They announced their move on Tuesday last week. Beth shared her personal thoughts on Friday the same week.
She says they haven't found a new location however she added, "Being able to chase people who have done bad things is far more gratifying than picking someone up because they owe the court money."
Beth says they're looking at the move as a chance to slow down. They felt that with her health the way it was they needed to relax more.
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However, Beth also speak out about her health. She was diagnosed with last year and she has now revealed that it has moved to her lungs and entered Stage 4.
"It's a much different animal to attack, it's not something you can just cut out or take a pill." said the Reality Tv Star.
However, the Chapmans are appearing in a new TV show. "Dog's Most Wanted" started shooting on Hawaii Island recently and Beth says it was important to them to feature Hawaii.
"We always want to include our home before we go anywhere," said Beth.
She invited fans to come to get a piece of history, "or just come and give me a little aloha, a little sugar," at their shop where they will be selling off a large amount of stuff ahead of the move.