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Beth Chapman Shares a Cryptic Message about the Death of a Loved One Amid Cancer Battle

Rebelander Basilan
May 27, 2019
07:33 A.M.
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"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Beth Chapman, took to social media recently to share a cryptic post about death amid her ongoing battle with advanced-stage cancer that has spread from her throat and to her lungs.


Beth, 51, shared a photograph of a quote on Instagram, which hinted the demise of a friend or family member. The reality star didn't share a caption, leaving out any context related to the puzzling line.


“Watching someone you love die is an image you never forget,” the quote read.

Fans started contemplating in the comment section what the quote could have implied. Many of them were hoping it had nothing to do with Beth's own cancer battle.

One person wrote: "Guys, Beth needs prayer warriors out there! She has a huge fan base that loves her so much! How about tonight at 5 pm where ever you live we all lift her up in prayer! Come on, let's do this in Jesus name let her be healed! Who's with me! This beautiful daughter of the Lord needs us right now!"


Most of Beth's supporters assumed that the quote was not about herself but rather somebody in her life.

"No! Please don’t say that! I declare healing in the name of Jesus!" added another.

"Beth, you have to make it. Nothing will be the same without you. Your an amazing woman. I watched all your shows!" another fan commented.


Other followers started sharing stories of loss of their own and how they have grieved watching their loved ones die. Most of Beth's supporters assumed that the quote was not about herself but rather somebody in her life.

On May 23, Beth took to Twitter to share that her relationship with stepdaughter Lyssa Chapman has fallen apart. She even claimed that Lyssa didn’t call her on Mother’s Day.

Lyssa is Duane “Dog” Chapman's daughter with his third wife, Lyssa Rae Brittain, who was married to Dog from 1982 to 1991.


Beth was first diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017 and had to undergo surgery to have the tumor removed from her neck.

In November 2018, Beth was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles for emergency surgery to clear a throat blockage that was obstructing her airways. The doctors then revealed that the cancer had returned.

For her second bout with cancer, Beth has decided not to pursue chemotherapy as a means for fighting her illness.