Looking good, lady! Beth Chapman may be in the midst of her second battle with cancer, but she doesn’t seem any worse for wear. Back in December 2018, her husband Duane “Dog” Chapman revealed that the Dog the Bounty Hunter star wasn’t letting her diagnosis slow her down one bit, and now that’s more clear than ever. In a few new pictures shared to her Instagram account on Wednesday, February 20, the 51-year-old star was glowing as she seemingly chased down a perp for work. Yep, she’s still on the job — and she seems to be killing it!

“Determined someone has a huge problem!” she captioned the first photo as she sat behind the wheel of a car. On the second shot, she noted, “Getting closer,” before she challenged her target, “Keep running, b—h. I love the game.” On Twitter on Thursday, February 21, she shared another message with the person she’s after: “Someone’s got a real problem today! Hope you got new sneakers.” Like Duane said, it’s clear the great-grandma has plenty of fighting spirit left in her. “Go get ’em, Beth 💪,” cheered one fan as another chimed in, “This boss lady never gives up! All heart or nothing!”

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Getting closer keep running bitch I love the game

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“She’s still trying to cook and get involved in my bounties and business,” Duane told Us Weekly about his wife a few months back. “She’s still trying to do everything… Beth is the kind of girl who likes control. She’s trying to still advise me on my work, and I’m like, ‘Honey, I was the Dog the Bounty Hunter before I met you. Stay out of it!'” That may be true, but Beth certainly looks like an expert to us here! This is one woman we wouldn’t want to mess with.

It’s also nice to see the star back in good spirits. Though she’s been staying positive since her diagnosis, she recently mourned the loss of a good friend. “We lost a beloved #DogPound member,” she shared on Twitter on February 19. “Tammy Lowery was a loyal friend & amazing person. She fought a long hard fight & never complained she will be missed by all her dog pound friends & by @DogBountyHunter & myself. We love you, honey. RIP. Aloha aHui hou.”

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