Dog the Bounty Hunter Shared Photo of Smiling Beth on the Eve of 'Dog's Most Wanted' Episode 2
Duane "Dog" Chapman paid tribute to his late wife and co-star, Beth Chapman, before the second episode of his show "Dog's Most Wanted," hit the air.
"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Duane "Dog" Chapman, took to Twitter on September 12, to share a bittersweet memory of his loving wife and co-star, Beth.
The star uploaded a beautiful snap of Beth smiling at the camera while she was sitting sideways in a car seat. "Retweet this for Beth please," he wrote with a praying hands emoji.
FANS SUPPORT "DOG" ON TWITTER
After "Dog" uploaded the snap on social media, fans of the show showed tremendous support for the mourning husband. Many of his fans retweeted him and paid respect to the late Beth.
She was such a beautiful woman @DogBountyHunter watching your new show really breaks my heart and my nana’s. We love you and her forever. #staystrong #dogpound #restinpeacebethchapman 💜 PLEASE RETWEET !! 💜 She was such an amazing lady. 💔😭 pic.twitter.com/V6Ugsm8oMl— #GETWONHOBACK (@kpopisangelic) September 12, 2019
Oh beautiful Beth I admire your beauty that you have inside and out! You are one of a kind. I’ve never met you, but miss and cry for you! Aloha #ThisOneIsForBeth— Stacey Cook (@StaceyC66312896) September 12, 2019
#MeToo I am a stage IV survivor and watching Beth and knowing she is gone .... It happened so fast ... She was a tough lady ❤— debrapaulsen (@paaatRiot101) September 12, 2019
The "Dog" and Beth duo had been through a lot during their time together. With Beth appearing in the new show, the star is undoubtedly feeling the absence of Beth in life.
BETH'S TRAGIC DEATH
The death of Beth has left a gaping void in the Chapman family's hearts and souls. Beth tragically passed away before the new show aired, and she can be seen in the new show doing what she loved -- Hunting criminals.
"Dog" previously mentioned that he couldn't bring himself to look at the episodes before the premiere. In several teasers released by WGN, Beth is seen talking about her illness.
The diagnosis she received gave her a fifty-fifty chance of surviving the illness, but the star smashed through the devastating statistic and continued filming for the show.
"DOG" WILL DATE AGAIN BUT NEVER MARRY
After Beth's passing, "Dog" appeared on "Jerry'o" and talked about Beth's passing. He mentioned that the support from their fans kept his wife alive, and now it was doing the same for him.
"Dog" talked to "People" on another occasion and admitted that he made a deal with his wife to date after her departure but would not marry. "What deal we said is I will never take "Beth" off my chest, I have her name here. And I will never get married," he said.