SEND US A TIP!CLICK OR 844.412.5278

'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Posts Tribute To Beth On His Birthday Amid Engagement Drama

Instagram/Twitter
By Jeff Mazzeo

Duane "Dog" Chapman posted a touching photo of the late Beth Chapman on his birthday and expressed that his special day was tough without her. The sweet post comes during a confusing time where Dog may or may not have purposed to another woman.

Dog turned 67 on February 2nd and he shared a cute throwback picture of himself giving Beth a smooch. They were both fully decked out in their bounty hunting gear and it appears that Beth was still in good health.

"I sure miss you today !!" Dog The Bounty Hunter wrote in the caption of his post.

Related to what you're reading:
ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW

Is He Or Is He Not Engaged?

Twitter

Dog The Bounty Hunter seemingly asked his new alleged girlfriend, Moon Angell, to marry him while making an appearance on the Dr. Oz show and fans went nuts, but it's not exactly what it seems.

In a shocking moment, Dog is heard saying, "I am a lot happier with her around," while looking at Angell. She responds, "I have lots of enemies right now." It's clear Moon is speaking of Dog's daughter who has been relentless on Twitter attacking Moon for having a relationship with Dog so soon after her mom's death.

Surprisingly, Dog then turns to her and asks, "Moon Angell will you marry me?"

You can see Moon is stunned by the question, but it's a tease for the interview airing today so we don't see the outcome.

Gone But Not Forgotten

Instagram

Dog and Beth were married in 2006 and started up Da’Kine Bail Bonds together. Beth was the driving force that got the bounty hunter back on the air for "Dog's Most Wanted" and was the one that kept everything together. The matriarch of the family passed away back in June 2019 after a long battle with cancer. The latest season of their show chronicled Beth's struggle with throat cancer as she tried to get back on the hunt.

After she passed, family and friends got together for a heartwarming memorial where Beth's children and Dog shared their favorite memories.

Load Comments
Next Article