Beth Chapman looks radiant in an oversized hat, smiling despite her battle with cancer
Despite her throat cancer, Beth Chapman seems to be living her best life and isn't afraid to share it with the world.
The star of "Dog, the Bounty Hunter," enjoys keeping her fans up to date when it comes to her adventures and this time she showed them how she's coping with her treatments.
The 51-year-old took to her official Instagram account to post a picture of herself smiling while wearing a black and white striped blouse and an oversized hat.
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Power 104.3, a local radio station, has been bullying the television star for quite a while
The star hid her eyes behind a pair of sunglasses but her happy expression wasn't missed by the camera. In the caption, she took the opportunity to thank the Cookies Clothing Company for creating the head pieced.
LOVED AND SUPPORTED ON A DAILY BASIS
Chapman can be seen sitting at a high-top table at an outdoor restaurant in Hawaii Kai, proving that she isn't letting cancer stop her from having a good time.
Fans were quick to jump into the comment section to praise Chapman for her strength and grace, as well as how healthy she looks, wishing her a speedy recovery.
BULLIED OVER HER HEALTH ISSUES
But, although her fans try their best to keep her spirits up, Power 104.3, a local radio station, has been bullying the television star for quite a while and recently Chapman has had enough.
The 51-year-old took to Twitter to urge her followers to boycott the station, which has reportedly been spreading lies about her family and offering tickets for an Eminem concert in exchange for stories about her.
How LOW do you have to be to talk bad about a woman fighting lung cancer.— Beth Chapman (@MrsdogC) February 6, 2019
Giving away Eminem tickets for your worst story about us ? Really 🤨
Wonder how their advertiser would like this 🧐 maybe we should put #Boycott1043 https://t.co/td1Kw7iEQz
When confronted by Chapman, the station, along with its employees, blocked her in order to stop her from contacting them and seeing the content they put out.
Bottom line @power1043 you owe us an apology you’ve spread enough misinformation to last a life time the so called bank robber Daughter doesn’t belong to this family you’ve said that piece of bad info for over a year now the endless jokes you’ve made at our expense is sickening— Beth Chapman (@MrsdogC) February 7, 2019
Chapman shared their phone number and claimed that the radio hosts should be held responsible for bullying a person to death, and that the laws are very clear when it comes to invoking someone to anger or depression.