Dog The Bounty Hunter Reveals When He’ll Start Dating Again Months After Wife Beth’s Death
It's been just over two months since Beth Chapman of "Dog The Bounty Hunter" fame tragically passed away at the age of 51 after a battle with cancer.
It’s been just over two months since Beth Chapman of “Dog The Bounty Hunter” fame tragically passed away at the age of 51 after a battle with cancer. Now, her husband Duane “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Chapman has broken his silence. He discusses his grief and reveals what his dating situation will be in the wake of her passing.
AOL reported that Dog said that the hardest part about losing Beth is dealing with being alone.
“It’s really hard alone, because as soon as you get alone, bam, it hits you. So, I try not to be alone,” Dog said, adding that his children and fans have been stepping up to support him. “Sometimes they know I gotta be alone, but it hurts worse or you feel it more when you’re all alone.”
Dog Breaks His Silence About Dating
Dog said that while he promised Beth he will never marry again, he is open to dating in the future. Though he has been photographed with various women in the past few weeks, he made sure to say they are not his girlfriends.
“I walk by all these girls… I said, ‘Hey, Mama, I’ll make you famous,'” he said. “They’re not really my girlfriends. I’m not saying I’m not gonna have one, ’cause I will, [but] I’m not gonna get married.”
“There will never be another Mrs. Dog,” Dog added, going on to say that he does not know when he will start dating again.
‘Dog Most Wanted’ To Cover Beth’s Cancer Battle
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Beth’s cancer battle will be documented on the new reality show “Dog’s Most Wanted,” despite Dog’s concerns.
“She goes, ‘Listen, I’m showing it, Big Daddy,'” Dog said. “It wasn’t me that wanted to show some of the stuff… Some of the stuff she let them in the room to see, I was completely flabbergasted, and I’d never spoke to her about it because I didn’t want to get her upset. But I would stand back and watch behind the camera, when the camera’s pointing, and thinking, ‘Dear God, I would not do this.'”
“There’s no way I would have done that. I would have, you know, ‘Rest in peace, see you later,'” he continued.
The show is set to premiere on Wednesday on WGN, and Dog said he’s got his “box of Kleenex” ready for the first episode.
Dog Tried To Be A Hero For Beth
“It’s an emotional roller coaster ride,” Duane said, becoming emotional as he talked about trying to be “heroic” for his late wife.
“I did all these heroic things for her because I got loving, physical, kissy-kissy from her, and, ‘Big Daddy, I’m so proud of you,'” he said. “That’s why I was such a nut because I had to impress her… So, I’m still doing that. I’m not gonna jump in front of no train, but I’m still [putting myself out there].”
“Each religion, as I look to God for answers, has a different answer. I am so lonely,” he later concluded.
Dog is clearly having a very difficult time dealing with Beth’s passing. It’s important for him to remember that while this is very hard, Beth would want him to move on with his life and be happy. Please keep Dog and the rest of the Chapman family in your thoughts and prayers.