Duane 'Dog' Chapman's Daughter Lyssa Dances to Darlene Love's 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)' in Video
Duane Chapman's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, posted a video on Instagram, which featured her dancing to a Christmas song, sparking a host of reactions from her excited fans.
Lyssa Chapman is reveling in the spirit of Christmas, and she showed her fans just how when she posted a lovely video of herself dancing.
The 32-year-old shared a video of herself on social media dancing and singing along to the song, "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" by Darlene Love.
In the caption to her post, Lyssa wrote:
"Merry merry, tree trimming, alcohol induced dance. You're welcome."
Many of Lyssa's followers viewed and commented on her video post, and their comments showed they were glad to see her happy.
When in Bangkok.... pic.twitter.com/jaMudtAogB— Lyssa Chapman (@BabyLyssaC) September 11, 2016
One fan said:
"It[s] nice to see you smiling and happy."
A second fan who commented recalled Beth Chapman's memory, saying:
"I can see Beth doing this with you."
The fans' sentiments are understandable, given the grief the Chapmans have been going through since the death of their matriarch.
She also shared a video with her followers, telling them she just watched the series finale with Beth's funeral, and that it was a difficult night.
Lyssa Chapman also revealed the last message she sent to Beth Chapman an hour before she was rushed to the hospital. In the text, the 32-year-old told Beth that she was heading to the store, and asked if there was anything else she could get her.
The late Beth Chapman and her stepdaughter had a tumultuous relationship that went public when Beth revealed that Lyssa didn't wish her a Happy Mother's Day. The reality star also accused Lyssa of not inviting her to granddaughter Abbie's High School Graduation.
Beth Chapman's hospitalization during her cancer battle, however, brought an end to their feud, as Lyssa revealed that she had been to Beth's bedside to see her.
Lyssa made the revelation in response to a fan who had tweeted at her, advising her to let love win. Lyssa also said that the Chapman family wasn't perfect, but that they are family.