Blink-182 Drummer Rushed to Hospital after Posting ‘God Save Me’ on Twitter
Barker was photographed outside Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
Blink-182 drummer and husband of Kourtney Kardashian, Travis Barker, was rushed to hospital on Tuesday for an undisclosed health issue.
46 year old Barker was photographed outside Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California as he was transported by hospital employees.
Barker’s wife — Kourtney Kardashian, 43, followed behind the stretcher wearing all black.
Kardashian had the hood of her sweatshirt pulled up over her head as she followed Barker.
As TMZ reported:
Barker and Kardashian had gone to West Hills hospital earlier Tuesday morning for a health issue.
Doctors believed the situation to be serious enough that it warranted Barker making a trip to Cedars Sinai — via ambulance.
A report from Page Six said both the ambulance carrying Barker and the black Range Rover transporting the power couple’s security team accidentally pulled into the wrong entrance at first
Barker’s latest tweet before he was rushed to hosptial read this:
“God save me.”
God save me— Travis Barker (@travisbarker) June 28, 2022
“God Save Me” is the title of a song by the drummer’s good friend and fellow artist Machine Gun Kelly.
However, fans looked at it in a different light once the news broke that he had been taken to the hospital.
“Dang. Hope Travis is aight,” comedian Marcus Monroe tweeted in response.
Barker's 16-year-old daughter Alabama shared a brief message with her followers on Instagram:
“Please send your prayers.”
Barker’s health emergency comes just one month after he and Kardashian tied the knot during a three-day celebration in Portofino, Italy.
It also comes just a week after Kardashian revealed that she had just contracted and recovered from a second bout with COVID.
Kardashian made the most of her experience, sharing a series of tips and advice — about dealing with both the symptoms and the stress of having COVID — to her fans on her lifestyle blog.
She offered recommendations on everything from her favorite touch-free thermometer to her grandmother’s advice on how to manage a fever.