Duane Dog Chapman
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HOLY SHIT HIS WIFE BETH DIED FROM LITERAL CANCER!
Duane Lee "Dog" Chapman is a bounty hunter and bail bondsman who lives to fuck with stupid niggers. He stars in Dog the Bounty Hunter, a weekly reality television program which is currently broadcast to racist white people.
In 1977, Chapman was sentenced to five years in a Texas prison following a conviction on charges of the first degree murder of Jerry Oliver. He was released on probation after serving less than two years of fucking your dad. He maintains his innocence in the murder.
Dog is notable for being a racist, his inability to use the internets and for fucking your mother. Also, his wild hambeast wife has giant tatters and he believes that Margaret Thatcher is still the Prime Minister of Brittanistan.
You're a Racist!
In October of 2007, Duane Chapman made racially insensitve remarks during a taped conversation with his son, Tucker, including the word "black person" when referring to his son's black girlfriend, Monique Shinnery. Tucker replied by selling his dad out to the National Enquirer for 15k and some negro pussy. Subsequently, a bunch of crazed activists called for Chapman's popular show to be canceled. A&E has since suspended production for the series, pending an investigation.
Chapman issued a public statement apologizing for his "regrettable use of very inappropriate language". Chapman also claimed that the statements were "taken out of context" and that he was "disappointed in his [son's] choice of a friend, not due to her race, but her character."
He also went onto to say, he only "hated some black people" and not all.
You fucking scum nigger without a soul
—Dog tells it like it is
—Dog on the obvious
WTF? HUH WUT? ¿QUE?
Beth Chapman Is Worm Food
- Not Racist
- black person
- "Dog" Chapman's Website
- A&E's "Dog the Bounty Hunter" - official website
- Dog the Bounty Hunter on BigBTV.com Complete Resource Site.
- Dog Makes Wishes Come True
- Link to Dog Racist Rant over son's choice in women
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