Beth Chapman Announces She's ‘Still Alive’ Amid Rumors of Her Passing
Beth Chapman took to social media to emphasize that she is still here in this world fighting against lung cancer.
After her last visit to the hospital, Beth Chapman decided to post an image of a collar with a dog tag that contains a powerful message: “I am still alive.” And her fans didn’t waste the opportunity to send her their best wishes.
Chapman published that precise message due to a recent cyber attack she suffered when some anonymous trolls spread a fake video that said she had died from cancer. The 51-year-old mother had to come out quickly at that moment to deny the tragic news.
The wife of Duane "Dog", the bounty hunter, had been diagnosed with cancer in 2017 and although she believed that the disease was a thing of the past. Unfortunately, she learned that her cancer had spread to her lungs in 2018.
The false news that circulated on the Internet initially, saddened the many fans of Beth who believed it and they sent words of sorrow and sympathy to Dog and the great Chapman family. Fortunately, everything was false and the popular bail bondman woman was never dying.
Immediately after the incident, Duane was outraged that his wife had been a victim of these unscrupulous people.
The bounty hunter posted a quote that, although not properly accredited, says something totally true: "A lie travels half the world before the truth has the opportunity to put on its pants."
Although Chapman is still very much alive, she was recently hospitalized again due to a buildup of cancer-related fluid in her lungs. However, the TV character is a true fighter and always looks good.
Always next to her husband the "dog", she has continued working in the office of her business as it has been clearly seen in the TV program of which she is a part. Definitely, Chapman has as much energy like a dynamo.
However, it seems that Beth is going to have to take a break even if she does not want it because WGN America announced that the new bounty program that would be released in 2019 has been postponed.
Apparently not this year 😒 https://t.co/1QmTdd0IDD— Beth Chapman (@MrsdogC) May 10, 2019
She informed her fans via social media after a fan asked about the date of the program premiere on Twitter, she decided to retweet the message and wrote: "Apparently not this year."