Bonnie Chapman, the adorable daughter of Beth Chapman and Duane Chapman, is holding onto old memories as her mother faces a difficult period.
Bonnie posted a sweet picture on Twitter of her parents together, shortly before the announcement of Beth’s medically induced coma.
The Chapman family announced that Beth Chapman was in a medically induced coma, as her health battles continue. They also asked fans to pray for her quick recovery and the family’s well-being in this challenging period. Shortly before the announcement, Bonnie Chapman shared an adorable picture of her parents on Twitter.
The picture showed Duane and Beth cuddled up; Bonnie also added two heart emojis to the post. The picture generated a lot of reactions from fans and well-wishers who all prayed for Beth’s quick and full recovery.
Bonny later clarified on her Instagram account that the picture was taken in 2018.
BETH’S HEALTH BATTLES
Beth Chapman and her husband, Duane, are famous for their roles in their family reality television show, Dog the Bounty Hunter. Her battle with throat cancer began when she was diagnosed with the disease in 2017. She and her husband later revealed that it was removed entirely, and she was free.
However, the deadly disease would make a return in 2018, and lately, it has turned out worse for her. Beth has foregone chemotherapy and had to be put in an induced medical coma. Her husband tweeted and asked fans for their prayers as they hope for her recovery.
He told Hawaii News Now reporters that his wife was on admission at Queen’s Medical Center’s Intensive Care Unit.
The Chapman family released a statement thanking everyone for their prayers during Beth’s battle with cancer and urged them to continue praying for her. A representative from the family also revealed to People Magazine that Beth’s condition was quite severe.
FANS HOPE FOR THE BEST
Many fans who responded to Duane and Bonny’s tweets keep praying for Beth’s recovery, stating just how much they have been inspired watching her on A&E’s hit reality television show.
Fans of the Chapmans are hoping for the best. Since the announcement, very little has been heard, as the fans wait for hints from social media posts from family members.
BETH SEES HER BATTLE WITH CANCER AS A TEST OF FAITH
Beth is a firm believer of God, and once said she would not question him because of her predicament. She stated that being diagnosed with cancer is the ultimate test of her faith. She also seemed to hint that she had stopped chemotherapy, as she said chemotherapy wasn’t for her.
She ended by saying she didn’t have any problem taking the hit for everyone else, as she knew another guy who had done the same thing (Jesus Christ).
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