Snoop Dogg recently paid tribute to Beth Chapman in a moving post and had some words of comfort for the late reality star’s husband, Duane “Dog” Chapman.
The Chapman clan has been in mourning since they lost Beth to cancer earlier this week and Snoop, who appears to be close to the family, is reaching out with his condolences.
Snoop Dogg in Los Angeles on March 28, 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
The “Gin & Juice” rapper took to Instagram on Thursday with a photo of Beth hugging Dog and wrote:
“Beth. R. I. P. Miss u auntie. Dogg. Be strong; know that she made a transition and she has no more pain.”
The “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star passed away on June 26 following a long battle with throat cancer. According to Hollywood Life, Beth was rushed to the hospital on June 22 after complaining of pain. Doctors placed her in a medically-induced coma after she got agitated and tried to take out her IVs.
Beth Chapman at the SiriusXM Studios on April 24, 2015 in New York City. | Photo: Getty Images
“You all know how she is about HER NAILS!!” Dog captioned the lighthearted post, but sadly, Beth would pass on a few hours from that time.
On Wednesday, June 26, Dog announced on Twitter that his beloved wife of 13 years had died at a Honolulu hospital. She was 51
“It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain. Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side.”
Duane “Dog” Chapman & Beth Chapman at the CMT Music Awards in Tennessee on June 5, 2013. | Photo: Getty Images
While speaking with reporters on Wednesday, Dog, 66, almost broke down in tears as he revealed his wife’s last words.
"When she had an attack I didn't know anything to do but to say 'in Jesus' name' and hold her," he recalled. "And when I said 'in Jesus' name' she said, 'Say it again, say it more.’”
Beth was probably in pain, but, according to her hubby, all she cared about was the wellbeing of her family. He said she told them “I love you” and “Are you guys all okay? Don't worry,” but she “never accepted [death].”
“Her way was to live,” Dog added. “She wanted to live so bad, and she fought so long.”
According to CNN, the Chapman family is planning to hold memorials for Beth in both Hawaii and Colorado where they have homes.
In honor of the late Beth Chapman, TV network A&E has announced a 4-hour marathon airing of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” on Monday 7 am ET/4 am PT to 11 am ET/8 am PT.
Our thoughts remain with the Chapman family during this difficult time.
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