The reality TV star, real name Duane "Dog" Chapman, is asking his social media fans and followers to pray for his wife, Beth Chapman, because she's reportedly in "desperate shape" after having been placed in a medically-induced coma in a Hawaii hospital, with Dog by her side. The family has been open with fans about Beth's battle with cancer over the last few years.
Though Beth and her husband told fans in November 2017 that her cancer had been completely removed, it returned previous year.
"Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you", Dog wrote on Twitter late Saturday night.
Beth was diagnosed in November 2017 with stage 2 throat cancer.
Beth's cancer battle is documented on Duane's upcoming reality series Dog's Most Wanted, which will air on WGN America in the near future. But a year ago, doctors told her the cancer had returned and she underwent emergency surgery in November to remove a tumor in her throat.
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The Chapman family is known for their Hawaii bounty hunting and bail bonds business, which was featured on the hit A&E show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter".
Chapman was hospitalized with fluid on her lungs in April.
"You've been warned", Beth Chapman adds.
Two months later, Dog revealed she was cancer-free during an episode of "Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives".