Bonnie Chapman Feels Mom Beth Disagreed That She Had a Couple of Years Left
Beth Chapman’s daughter, Bonnie has revealed that the now late reality star knew she had a short time left to live.
Beth, the famous “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star, passed away June 26th from complications of throat cancer. That same day, Bonnie, who is one of her biological children with Duane Chapman, an American bail bondsman, took to Twitter to pay sweet tribute to the stunning star.
Just a few hours after Beth's untimely demise, Bonnie tweeted:
“I’d never thought I’d lose my mom at 20. I told her I thought she had a couple years left, but in her eyes, she disagreed.”
Beth first revealed her stage 2 cancer diagnosis back in 2017 but soon after, shared the good news that the cancer was all gone thanks to surgical excision. Unfortunately, cancer returned and had the reality star going in and out of the hospital several times.
However, Beth had been a strong fighter and always had a cheery and happy aura about her, despite her refusal to go for chemotherapy.
Just recently, news of her hurried hospitalisation and subsequent medically induced coma hit the media and left fans in shock. Ever since then, different reports aired giving fans updates about her state of health and the saddest came yesterday and more soon than many had hoped for.
Fans of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” as well as close relations of the star have since taken to social media platforms to pay tribute to the late bounty hunter. Her daughter, Bonnie's is, however, the most heartwarming and even has fans lauding her for the affectionate display.
“I’ll never forget you, mama. You were such a strong woman, and you taught me to always be strong. You were strong for everyone, and you taught me it’s okay to let go.”
Despite the knowledge of how deadly cancer can be, Beth's demise is still startling news for everyone especially considering that she was just 51 years old. Before her passing, Beth made a special request about her funeral arrangements, and according to this, her family is set to have her cremated.
May her soul rest in peace.