Beth Chapman's Daughter Bonnie Claps Back at Haters Criticizing Her Sexuality
Bonnie responded to the messages sent to her social media about her sexual orientation saying that she will not allow them to make her uncomfortable when she has to be focused on her mother right now.
It is inconceivable that people can be so un-empathic when someone is going through such a difficult time and make obnoxious and insensitive comments while someone is going through the last days of a loved one.
Bonnie has responded firmly that she will not tolerate these manifestations of intolerance and homophobia, and will ignore these comments.
On the other hand, the 20-year-old has received multiple messages of support from her fans, especially after her announcement regarding her sexuality.
In a heartfelt publication on her Instagram account, Bonnie states that she was very afraid to tell her parents about the secret she has carried for seven years, but in doing so she found in them total support and acceptance.
Beth has been characterized as a woman who fights for the rights of other women and has always been a strong woman, for Bonnie it has been very hard to spend these moments of the illness of her mother.
During Beth's entire stay at the hospital, her daughter never left her side and asked her fans to pray for her mom’s recovery.
That is why the comments about her prayers shocked her; a user said that God wouldn’t hear her words due to Bonnie's sexual orientation. That comment was answered by the young woman with strong words because it was time to stop people’s stupidity for once.
Chapman had been put into a deep induced coma to help her body recover, and her husband Dug has denied most of the news circulating on the Internet, however, he asked his followers in his twitter account to pray for her.
Rest in peace, Beth Chapman. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/6GIbzxxGmJ— E! News (@enews) June 26, 2019
Unfortunately, on June 26 he addressed their fans with a brief announcement notifying that Beth has lost the battle against throat cancer that has been raging for the past few months and that she has died at the Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu in Hawaii.
Beth’s daughter Bonnie has published a heartfelt tribute to her mother remembering how strong and wonderful woman she was, and amazingly she has again received hate messages from some people. But she has emphasized in her answers that she won’t tolerate it.
For basic humanity and common sense, it is necessary for people to think well before publishing hate messages in other people's social media, especially in painful moments for these people because they could be facing the loss of someone they love.