'Dog the Bounty Hunter's Lyssa Chapman Is 'so Proud' of Daughter Abbie Who's Joining the Air Force
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Lyssa Chapman posted a couple of pictures of her daughter, Abby, on Instagram and revealed that she was proud of her for joining the airforce.
Chapman, the reality star, took to Instagram on September 10 and shared a couple of pictures of her daughter, Abby, doing some rock climbing and exploration.
"Soooo proud of this girl. 7 days until she sworn in to the Air Force," the dotting mother wrote along with a line of hashtags including TwoMomsBootCamp, FitFam, AirForce, ProudMum, AllTheWayUp, and MilitaryFamily.
FANS CONGRATULATE ABBY IN THE COMMENTS
After the post hit the internet, fans of the show stepped in to congratulate Abby and wish her the best for her journey ahead.
Many of the comments came in thanking Abby for signing up to serve the country and for her service.
Chapman previously posted a tribute to her mother, the late Beth Chapman.
LYSSA'S TRIBUTE TO HER STEPMOTHER
The reality star posted a picture on Instagram and paid tribute to her stepmother, Beth, who passed away in June after a fierce battle with throat cancer.
According to the family's official statement, the disease had reportedly spread to her lungs and eventually robbed Beth of her life.
"I miss you as deep as the ocean. 'I'm going thru [sic] some [expletive] and I just need you to tell me how dumb I am for worrying," she wrote in the caption.
"I need one of our talks, our arguments, our drinks. I don't think I'll ever understand why someone who is so needed in a family can be taken away."
When the reality show premiered, Beth's shots were in the new season, and it made for a slew of fond memories for the family.
LYSSA TOOK TO TWITTER TO EXPRESS HER LOVE FOR BETH
A new season of "Dog the Bounty Hunter" premiered, and Beth Chapman was on screen after her tragic death. Lyssa immediately took to Twitter to express how happy she was to see Beth again.
The fans agreed with Chapman and retweeted with supportive words.
The STRONGEST woman the world has EVEN known!!— Shania Eagles (@EaglesShania) September 5, 2019
Yes Baby Lyssa it is amazing to see Beth again she is now a 😇 drone. Like your daddy says. Bless your momma ♥️She was a hell of a fighter.— Vanessa Lividini (@lividinivaness1) September 5, 2019
The Chapman family is getting a lot of love and support after Beth passed away. A&E had announced a marathon of the show in Beth's memory when the tragedy happened. May her soul rest in peace.