Duane Chapman, also called Dog the Bounty Hunter, is offering a clarification for why he recently utilized the N-word. During a meeting with Entertainment Tonight that distributed on Wednesday, Sept. 1, the 68-year-old unscripted television star and life partner Francie Frane examined the way that his 22-year-old girl, Bonnie, was not welcome to their forthcoming pre-marriage ceremony that will occur on Thursday, Sept. 2. In a new online media post, Bonnie blamed her dad for bigotry and said she accepts she wasn’t welcomed due to her contribution in an UnleashedTV project called The System, which centers around individuals supporting the Black Lives Matter development.
“However hard as it could be and however awful as it could be, we needed to settle on a choice that was extremely challenging for us,” Francie said in clarifying why Bonnie wasn’t welcomed. “We’ve experienced heck, him and I, in the beyond three years… Furthermore, I won’t permit our day to be demolished by this rubbish.” As far as it matters for him, Dog revealed to ET that he doesn’t believe himself to be bigoted yet conceded utilizing the N-word on different occasions “more than 15 years prior” while referring to his child Tucker’s accomplice during a telephone discussion.
The discussion was spilled to the media in 2007 and drove A&E to briefly stop creation on Dog the Bounty Hunter, yet the show later continued after Dog’s public conciliatory sentiment. Canine the Bounty Hunter and Francie Frane: Romance Rewind “I have never been a bigot—I’m 33.5 percent Apache—but since of more than 15 years prior, I have an Achilles’ heel since I utilized some unacceptable word,” Dog said to the power source. “I thought I had a pass in the Black clan to utilize it, similar to Eminem.” At the point when journalist Kevin Frazier asked who gave him the purported pass, Dog talked about his time in jail that finished with his 1979 delivery on first-degree murder accusations.
“I had quite recently escaped jail in 1979 subsequent to investing energy, year and a half in Texas, and it was most likely three-fourths from the Black clan,” Dog reviewed. “So that was a word that we utilized to and fro, as possibly a commendation.
My pass lapsed for utilizing it, however nobody disclosed to me that.” On Aug. 24, Bonnie presented on Facebook that Francie as of late messaged her affirming that “the explanation I wasn’t welcome to my father’s wedding is my decision to partake in friendly equity and BLM fights with The System.”Bonnie purportedly joined the show two months after UnleashedTV dropped Dog’s own series, Dog Unleashed, in March 2021.
Released Entertainment President CEO Mike Donovan recently told E! News in an explanation that creation on Dog Unleashed had stopped considering the consequences of a free company’s examination concerning Dog’s lead. Donovan said the firm checked “many long stretches of video and sound film,” with his assertion charging, “Mr. Chapman utilized racial and homophobic sobriquets to assault youthful African-American children who star with his little girl in UTV’s The System, a show that profiles police wrongdoing and follows challenges racial domination in policing.” In her Facebook post, Bonnie guaranteed she trusted Dog was disturbed that she didn’t disassociate herself from Unleashed after it dropped his show.
“I have communicated on numerous occasions my always developing disillusionment in my dad’s movement into his old bigoted ways,” she composed at that point. In the ET talk with, Dog additionally tended to Bonnie’s cases that he undermined her mother Beth, who kicked the bucket in June 2019 after a fight with throat malignant growth. After Dog said he “never” undermined Beth, Kevin pushed him on Bonnie’s case that Dog undermined his late spouse with the mother of Bonnie’s companion while Beth was in the emergency clinic.
“Beth was in the emergency clinic multiple times—I was there each and every second with her,” Dog said. “I returned home the prior night she died with her mom and her sisters since they said, ‘She will not die, Dog, with you remaining there.’ So I left. After three hours, she died. So when did I have time? I’m a decent man. I couldn’t ever have done that.” In a proclamation shipped off E! News at the hour of Bonnie’s post, Dog denied his little girl’s allegations by writing to a limited extent, “Bonnie’s claims are bogus and a confused endeavor to crash our wedding.”
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