'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Fans Pray for Beth Chapman Who Is in a Coma

Rodolfo Vieira
Jun 24, 2019
02:38 P.M.
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Beth Chapman has been having a very rough year on account of her stage II throat cancer, but things have taken a turn for the worse last Saturday, forcing fans to intervene.

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The reality show star had to be rushed to the hospital and was placed in a medical-induced coma, after which her husband, Duane Chapman, asked fans for their prayers.

People didn't disappoint and immediately took to several social media platforms to send Beth their thoughts and prayers, and some even asked for divine intervention.

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PRAYING FOR GOD'S "HEALING HANDS"

A Twitter user by the name of Olivia went on to address God, asking Him to help Beth in her time of need because she has helped millions of people during her struggle.

Olivia pleaded for Beth to be freed from her pain so she and her family can be happy again, as she still has so much more loved to give and so much to live and experience.

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KEEPING HER CHIN UP

Despite her grim diagnosis, the 51-year-old has always very positive about her disease and it never stopped her from spreading quite a lot of positivity with her social media posts.

After being submitted to an emergency surgery months after learning that her cancer had returned, Beth started focusing on the positive aspects of her life, such as her family and friends.

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The reality show star had to be rushed to the hospital and was placed in a medical-induced coma

But now, her loved ones, along with fans, are the ones responsible for helping her, which is why they asked for prayers to be sent.

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BONNIE'S RETURN

So far, there are no updates regarding Beth's health status, and her relatives haven't shared much online either because they also don't seem to know what exactly is happening.

Beth's daughter, Bonnie Chapman, followed her father's advice and asked people to keep her mother in their thoughts as she flew back home to be by her side, all while waiting for better news from the doctors.

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