Beth Chapman Fans Urge Lyssa to End Their Feud Amid Hospitalization
Fans implore Lyssa Chapman to bury the hatchet with stepmom Beth following her coma amid her dire cancer battle.
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" fans feel that the end may be near for Beth Chapman, 51, who was placed in a medically-induced coma over the weekend. She is currently in Honolulu at the Queen's Medical Center's intensive care unit.
In addition to the outpour of prayer for Beth and her family, fans rushed to Lyssa's social media as well to urge her to make peace with Beth. Some comments were cruder than others.
Below a picture which Lyssa posted last Thursday in which she quoted Lala Deliah saying "She remembered who she was and the game changed," one person asked:
"Do you feel better now that shes in a coma? Is that what you call attention seeking? She may not wake up after this but you chose to be petty. Grow the [expletive]up."
Another person simply said, "I hope you made peace with your Family." Still another encouraged: "Lyssa, Go and be with your step mommy, she needs you."
"Forgive each other and make peace. That regret will never leave your side. Praying for your family," one fan said. Some people defended Lyssa, and she herself posted a picture with Beth days later.
On Sunday, Lyssa shared a photo of her and Beth presumably before their relationship turned sour. No caption was included, but the pair's smiling faces were indicative that Lyssa had put aside their differences.
Back in May, Beth and Lyssa got into it online when the bounty hunter star called out her stepdaughter for not telling her Happy Mother's Day and for not inviting her to Lyssa's daughter's graduation.
Lyssa defended herself against the claims though. In a since-deleted tweet, she allegedly said she indeed wrote to Beth on Mother's Day and that Beth and Duane were off the island so they "had no plans to attend Abbie's graduation."
Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you— Duane Dog Chapman (@DogBountyHunter) June 23, 2019
Under Lyssa's latest picture, most people sent prayers and well wishes for her stepmother. One person continued, "Baby Lisa go to her... Be by her side... she needs you."
Lyssa again followed up on Monday morning by tweeting a solemn hashtag. "#KeepFightingBeth," it read simply. Soon after, Lyssa said she'd been with Beth since the latter was in Hawaii. "Our family isn't perfect but we're family," she wrote.
The day after Beth was placed in the coma, Duane reached out to ask fans for prayers. According to TMZ, the hospitalization came after a "choking" incident on Saturday morning.
Other family members like daughter Bonnie have been sharing pictures of Beth since that time. The star battled throat cancer before following her initial diagnosis in 2017.
In November 2018, the throat cancer returned in a much more grave state. Beth has been putting up a brave front on social media ever since, posting smiling photos regularly. We urgently pray that she gets through this hurdle.