Alabama Barker Shares Photo of Dad Travis Barker During His Hospitalization

Alabama Barker took to her social media to ask for prayers for Travis Barker who was rushed to the hospital.

Blink-182’s drummer Travis Barker was rushed to the hospital on the morning of June 28, 2022, and hospitalized for treatment and unknown pain. Brought to Cedar Sinai Medical Center, the drummer was accompanied by both his wife Kourtney, and his daughter, Alabama. Alabama then took to social media to ask for prayers for her father.

“Please send your prayers.”

Regardless of age, it’s horrifying for a kid to see their parent go down. Alabama Barker took to TikTok to ask but soon deleted the video. She then replaced it with a video on her Instagram story with the caption “Please send your prayers”. Travis Barker, on the other hand, had a Tweet reading, “God save me”:

The drummer was hospitalized for a case of pancreatitis. It’s when the pancreas swells up due to an infection—which the doctors said may have been because of his recent colonoscopy exam. Symptoms of pancreatitis include nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pains. Fever, chills, and even jaundice can occur in worse scenarios. However, according to the doctors, this kind of situation is extremely rare but can still occur due to the location of the pancreas tail being close to the colon.

Updates on Travis Barker

So far, based on Alabama’s Instagram, the drummer dad seems to be on the mend. She recently posted an IG story to show her appreciation for her many followers and Blink-182 fans. However, Kourtney Kardashian and other members haven’t revealed anything else about his health, for now, possibly also waiting for further and final reports.

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