Dog the Bounty Hunter shares heartwarming photo of his wife as she remains in medically-induced coma
Beth was hospitalized Saturday at Queen's Medical Center Honolulu, after an alleged 'choking' emergency, and was placed in a medically-induced coma after doctors and nurses found it difficult to treat her.
In a sweet and heartwarming gesture, Duane Dog Chapman - better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter - is sharing his appreciation for his sick wife's glamorous nails that is beloved by her. Beth Chapman has been on a medically-induced coma since Saturday, June 22, and the news was confirmed by the television personality on Sunday via his verified Twitter account.
Chapman, who requested his followers to pray for his wife with the lovely tweet, "Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you," shared the photo of her hand on Monday night, accompanying it with, "You all know how she is about HER NAILS !!"
We do know how she is all about her nails, in fact, she loves shocking people with the various designs and decorations she does on them. Just two weeks ago, she flaunted her nails on Instagram, saying, "[Nail God] Yes this is why I fly all the way home to Hawaii to get my Nails did," tagging nail artist Danny Le.
The photo Chapman shared seems to be what remains of the design she got then, and although the post did not give further information regarding his wife's condition, many have been fawning over his love for her and blessing their family with their prayers.
Among them, one fan tweeted, "Praying for His peace to flood your spirit and that God’s will be done. Ps 18: 6. In my distress I called upon the Lord, and I cried out to my God; He heard my voice from His temple, and my cry came before Him, even to His ears. NKJV," and another commented, "We have so many Prayer Warriors surrounding you and Beth, all of the Chapman family and close friends who are with you, you and Beth have sent SO much Good Energy into the world, and you know we all have you all in our hearts and minds."
Beth was hospitalized Saturday at Queen's Medical Center Honolulu, after an alleged "choking" emergency, and was placed in a medically-induced coma after doctors and nurses found it difficult to treat her. Reportedly, she was "not reacting well" when taken to the emergency room, and visibly in a lot of pain, and needed oxygen. She was put on mild sedation after she tried to pull out her fluid and medication lines, but after realizing that she was still "agitated" and the doctors decided to put her in a medically-induced coma. The mother of four has been battling throat cancer since its return in Nov ember 2018, after first being diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017.