Beth Chapman of 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Makes an Inspiring Admission Amid Cancer Battle
Beth Chapman is not about to let cancer beat her up. As the bounty hunter fights back, she's sharing a strong message with the world.
Beth, 51, took to Instagram on Tuesday to share the girly decor of her office. Of course, she was the focal point of the photo, and she stunned with her showy outfit. The post is found below.
The blonde beauty wore an off-shoulder top and had her wavy hair let loose as she smiled into the camera. Behind her, a pink phone, pink-framed word decor, and a caricature portrait of Beth with pink highlights adorned the wall.
The caption of the photo read:
"Get up dress up show up ! #cancerwillnotbeatme #dogsmostwanted #dogandbeth #dogpound #wgnamerica"
It was Beth's first hashtag that really expressed how determined the reality star still is in her battle against throat cancer.
The mother of four was first diagnosed in September 2017. By January of 2018, she announced she did surgery and she was free of the disease.
However, she had to be rushed to the hospital in November 2018 for a throat blockage. Doctors determined that her cancer had returned, and this time the outlook was bleak.
Beth decided that she would not be receiving chemotherapy to treat the disease. Instead, she's returning to television alongside husband Duane "the Dog" Chapman for their new show.
Just last week, the trailer for "Dog's Most Wanted," an offshoot of the couple's former series "Dog the Bounty Hunter," was released. In it, fans glimpsed the coming action of Duane who will be chasing criminals listed on the Most Wanted lists of the FBI and the US Marshals.
In the clip, Duane spoke about his wife's illness. “My wife, the love of my life, is fighting for her life,” he began. "Instead of being at home helping her, I’m out here looking for you," he alerted his future conquests.
He warned the criminals to be on the lookout and for good measure, Beth who sat next to him said, "You've been warned." From taking sweet pictures to standing by her man and hunting bounties, Beth is certainly not giving up.
In addition to the support from family, her fans are there to comfort her all the way. Underneath the trailer for their new show, words of encouragement and prayers poured in for Beth.
big hugs beth we love uuu sooooooo much we are sending prayers and love and we are begin strong for you and we are all are thinking of u and all the family we all love u beth xxx love from me and hubby mike in the uk xxxxx— Mrsleahhughes (@shineyprincess2) June 3, 2019
Our hearts also go out to Beth and her family as they continue to fight against the disease. No release date has been announced as yet for "Dog's Most Wanted."