On Tuesday night, Travis Barker of Blink 182 was taken to the hospital. His 16-year-old daughter Alabama asked fans for prayers on her Instagram account.
Travis' wife, Kourtney Kardashian, was also in the hospital next to the drummer.
Initially, Barker's medical condition was reported to be "undisclosed."
It turned out that Travis has pancreatitis, an inflammation of the organ that aids in digestion and regulating blood sugar.
The daughter posted a now-deleted update on her TikTok page, sharing an image of herself holding her 46-year-old father's hand. The caption read: "Please say a prayer." The image did not show Travis' face, but he had a medical bracelet.
Travis' older child, 18-year-old Landon Asher Barker, has yet to speak about his dad's condition.
Before he was taken to the hospital, Travis also tweeted, but at the time, it was unclear whether he was complaining about something or referencing Machine Gun Kelly's song.
One person prayed:
"Romans 10:9-10. 'Because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart, one believes and is justified, and with the mouth, one confesses and is saved.' God bless!"
"Everyone, please pray it works! People who don't believe studied the effects of praying for a sick person, they had no idea people were praying for them, and they improved, no praying group, not much improvement compared to group prayed for."
A person was fed up, most likely considering how many musicians left us in the short few years:
"I'm f**ked up."
Travis was hospitalized in 2008.
He had 27 surgeries, nearly lost a foot, and was hospitalized for 11 weeks following a plane crash. Around 65 percent of his body is covered in burns.
In 2018, Travis was hospitalized again for blood clots in his arms. During his stay in the hospital, he was diagnosed with cellulitis, a common bacterial skin condition, and a staph infection.
Kourtney and Travis married for the third time in the last week of May. Our thoughts are with the drummer and his loved ones.