Dog The Bounty Hunter's daughter Lyssa stuns in a crop top with tiny shorts and says 'eat your heart out'

Dog The Bounty Hunter's daughter Lyssa stuns in a crop top with tiny shorts and says "eat your heart out."

The reality star's daughter also posted a trendy video trying on different outfits promoting her clothing line.

Lyssa posted on Instagram: "Back Then Hoes Didn’t Want me Now I’m Hot Hoes All on Me."

She added the hashtags: "#AintNothingChangeButMyChange" and "EatYourHeartOut."

In the photos, Lyssa posed for the camera in tiny jean shorts and a cropped top, which showed off her impressive abs.

In another post, Dog's daughter shared a trendy video of herself trying on different outfits from her clothing line, BABY By Lyssa Chapman.

She captioned the clip: "All @babybylyssachapman ❤️❤️❤️ Labor Day Sale Coming Tomorrow!"

Besides her upcoming Labor Day sale, Lyssa has another reason to celebrate – she rekindled her romance with girlfriend Leiana "Lei" Evensen.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Lyssa admitted how she and Leiana are now back on track following a tough three years where they suffered the death of Lei's brother Gerrit in 2017 in a tragic plane crash and then the loss of Beth Chapman, Lyssa's stepmom, from cancer last year.

Dog's daughter Lyssa even considered moving away from their Hawaii home to the US mainland earlier this year while she and Lei were going through a difficult patch.

But the couple decided to stick it out and enjoyed a mini "staycation" to Kauai, where they reconnected during long hikes and visits to the Hawaiian island's stunning beaches.

"We decided that since there was a little bit of a lag in COVID, we would take a little love trip for a weekend," she said.

"So we went to Kauai and we just basically ran that island to the ground.

"We hiked and we went to about 14 different beaches every day and just had a really good time spending time together and enjoying each other's company.

"I feel like before we got put on lockdown, things were a little bit rockier in the relationship, but it was almost a blessing for us to live together and not be able to leave.

"It kind of forced us to spend a little bit more time together and rekindle something.

"So when we were able to go to Kauai it was a chance just to be together and not have to worry about the kids and our schedules and work."

While Lyssa and Lei, who started dating four years ago while they were both working in the same shopping mall, are happily in love, they have no immediate plans to get married.

She says they already feel like a married couple – and when they do tie the knot it will just be a formality.

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