Fans Praying For Beth Chapman After She Shares Cryptic Post About Death
Fans are worried about “Dog The Bounty Hunter” star Beth Chapman more than ever right now after the 51-year-old posted a cryptic message about “watching someone you love die” on her Instagram page as she continues to battle Stage IV lung cancer.
“Watching someone you love die is an image you never forget,” read the quote Beth posted. Since she included no context along with the quote, many of her fans are fearing the worst.
Pop Culture reported that fans flooded Beth with support after she posted the quote, letting the 51-year-old know just how loved she is.
“Love you. Only love and positive vibes to you and family,” one person commented, with another adding, “I also feeling bad about you too be cause u we’re another one of my inspiration. A strong independent woman. God bless you Beth and u are a warrior kick cancers ass. Much love.”
“But watching someone fight…fight like never before gives strength to the ones who have lost their will to fight,” a third user commented. “You fight Beth…you give all of us the determination to FIGHT!!!!”
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Beth previously fought and beat lung cancer in 2017, but it came back with a vengeance in November of 2018, when doctors diagnosed her again and informed her that her cancer was “incurable” this time. During a Mother’s Day speech, Beth let her fans know that she has stopped getting chemotherapy and is instead seeking alternative treatment methods.
“Chemotherapy is not my bag, people. Sorry, that’s not for me,” she said. “So for me, this is the ultimate test of faith. This is my ultimate lesson. And it will either be taught to me or to you. And I am fine with taking the hit for everyone else. Because I think I know another guy who did the same thing.”
This has obviously been an incredibly difficult time for Beth and the rest of the Chapman family, but we hope and pray that she will continue to fight. Beth is far too young to die, and if anyone can beat this cancer, it’s her. Please keep Beth and the rest of her family in your thoughts and prayers!