Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter Lyssa Sends Passionate Message About ‘Hatred’

by Amy Myers
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Earlier this week, Dog the Bounty Hunter’s 34-year-old daughter, Lyssa, shared a quote with followers on Twitter that spoke to the consequences of ill thoughts towards someone. A believer in karma, the bounty hunter’s daughter posted the excerpt with no other context, leaving some users to wonder about the intention of the tweet.

In essence, the quote captured the meaning behind the proverb, “What goes around comes around.”

“Whatever you give to life, it gives you back. Do not hate anybody. The hatred which comes out from you will someday come back to you. Love others. And love will comeback to you,” Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter posted on Twitter.

Could Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter Be Sending a Message to Critics?

Within the past few months, Lyssa Chapman has heard her fair share of critiques from followers that have kept up with her family’s latest developments. Back in November, Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter even deleted her Twitter account, following the backlash from the Brian Laundrie manhunt and her father’s role in the search. Just before removing herself from the social media site, Chapman shared her pride in her bounty hunter dad’s efforts in the search, despite the fact that he was not present when officials found Laundrie’s remains.

“I’m sure if Gabby’s Dad asked anyone of you for help you would have done the same thing my dad did. He used his skills, contacts, money and time to help and I appreciate all of the kind messages of support. On to the next case…..” she said shortly before taking down her profile.

Now, though, it seems Chapman has found reason to rejoin the platform. However, she seems to have made it clear that the harsh words of others won’t affect her anymore.

Lyssa Chapman’s Role in the Search for Brian Laundrie

Chapman didn’t just serve as her father’s cheerleader throughout the search. She was also his main point of public relations during his work on the case. While Dog the Bounty Hunter continued looking for Laundrie across Florida, his daughter would give their fans (and skeptics) updates on his team’s progress. Sometimes this was just a vague note about how he was closing in on the person of interest. Other times, she shared what sites her father had visited within the past few days.

While Chapman by no means was required to fulfill the position as her father’s PR contact, she did take on a lot of heat from accepting the role. Suddenly, Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter became the avenue for all critiques and suspicions about the Chapman family. Surely, this can be a heavy burden to bear which may even constitute her latest tweet as a reminder to herself to stay positive even in the face of “hatred.”

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