Duane Chapman's Son Garry Dee Slaps Back at Blogger Who Mocked 'Dog the Bounty Hunter'
Garry Dee, the son of Beth and Duane Chapman, clapped back at YouTuber penguinz0 recently over a clip ridiculing "Dog the Bounty Hunter."
Earlier this month, YouTube user penguinz0 took to the video-sharing website to share a commentary track on "Dog the Bounty Hunter."
"Before you go defacing the undisputed greatest bounty hunter in the world, do some research."
Also known as "Moist Cr1tikal" or Charlie on social media, the blogger played videos from the television series on the screen. He then cracked jokes about the show's premise, as well as Duane and his family in general.
This didn't sit well with Duane and Beth's son, Garry Dee. He took to Twitter to express his outrage and even tagged Charlie in his statement.
"I love when people like @MoistCr1TiKaL make videos about subjects they have no clue what they are talking about on," he wrote. "And his puppets believe him as if he’s some role model. Before you go defacing the undisputed greatest bounty hunter in the world, do some research."
Numerous fans encouraged Garry Dee to disregard such attacks when he could. They also dismissed Charlie as a "troll."
One fan wrote: "People (nowadays) just do everything they can to hurt someone. They have no life and what they do isn't good. Good job Gary Chapman."
"For those of us struggling to redeem ourselves or just make our way, both your parents & family are such a blessing & great inspiration. Thank you all," added another.
"Garry there will always be that one idiot in the crowd. Keep smiling and carry on my friend. You see the big picture and isn't it beautiful," another fan commented.
Someone else wrote: "I just want to point out that moistcr1tikal probably did not know about this when he made the video. Had he known this, I would assume the outcome would be different. I am sorry about the situation your family is in."
Some fans extended their deepest sympathies on the loss of his mother, Beth. The reality star died on June 26 in a Honolulu hospital.
Beth was diagnosed with throat cancer in September 2017. It was cured but returned in 2018.