We all know the corruption-fighting duo Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth Chapman. The two have recently been doing their own research, following the trail of corrupt billionaire George Soros as well as his minions. Unfortunately for Soros, he didn’t manage to escape the nasty surprise Beth and Dog delivered to him.
The DOG has a tender spot for those individuals who’ve made a mistake and have rehabilitated themselves, however, he also knows the criminal mindset and repeats offenders and those characters like George Soros who use the plight of the inner cities and the scourge of drug addiction to promote a phony progressive narrative.
Beth and Dog are one of the last real fighters out there but it seems that they will stop revealing the truth and the reason why is not good!
The two tell TooFab they’re stepping away from the bounty hunting business amid her battle with throat cancer, which will be chronicled on A&E’s two-hour special “Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives.”
Earlier this year, Beth and Duane “Dog” Chapman learned Beth had throat cancer, a diagnosis that shook them to their very core and changed everything for their family going forward. After Beth underwent a 13-hour surgery to have a Stage II tumor removed in September, the two are stepping away from something near and dear to their hearts: bounty hunting.
The Chapmans once again opened up their lives up to cameras for A&E’s “Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives,” a two-hour special, premiering on Nov. 27, which follows Beth from “diagnosis through surgery and her journey to recovery.” TooFab spoke with them both ahead of the debut, with Beth giving an update on her health and Dog revealing some of the changes in store for his professional life.
“I’m lucky to be sharing Thanksgiving with my family, and I’m lucky to be here for these holidays,” Beth told TooFab. “You take it day by day and you don’t try to take on more than you can handle. I’ve tried to cut stress seriously out of my diet. It really does bad things to you. My voice is not strong all the time, it comes and goes sometimes and sometimes it just stops.”
“It was a very scary situation,” she continued. “It was hard to wake up every day and know you still have it, it’s still in your body, cancer is alive and well inside me and that wasn’t a good place to be. I had a hard time sleeping, I would wake up and just look at him sleeping thinking, ‘How is he ever going to make it without me? How will he find his car keys.’ He doesn’t think about those things.”
The special pulls no punches, highlighting the reality of the diagnosis for their entire family. Though at times heartbreaking, Beth saw it as a chance to spread some hope and encourage others to take action.
“I think the real reason why we shared it is because our fans have lived through a lot of stuff with us. Dating way back to 2003 when my husband caught Andrew Luster, to 2005 when they tried to extradite him back to Mexico, the death of my father, the death of my daughter, our wedding, baby Lyssa’s wedding, they’ve been our fans through thick and thin and this wasn’t something you could hide, this wasn’t like a family breakup or family riff, this was something far more serious that could have had fatal ramifications,” she explained. “You can’t hide it. I felt like our fans have been so loyal to us that we really owed it to share it with them, so that if I could be a blessing to even one person, help one person get early detection, then we really owed it to them to show the struggle and show that you can make it, you can get through it, you just need to have a positive attitude.”
Prayers to Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth Chapman!
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