Blink-182 star Mark Hoppus has revealed he’s battling most cancers.
The musician took to his Instagram Tales on Wednesday to inform his followers he was “scared” however “hopeful” as he battles the illness.
He hasn’t but revealed what sort of most cancers it’s or what stage it’s at, however he revealed he has been present process chemotherapy for the final three months.
He mentioned: “For the previous three months I have been present process chemotherapy for most cancers. I’ve most cancers.
“It sucks and I am scared, and on the identical time I am blessed with unimaginable medical doctors and household and pals to get me by this.”
He continued: “I nonetheless have months of therapy forward of me however I am attempting to stay hopeful and optimistic.
“Cannot wait to be most cancers free and see you all at a live performance within the close to future. Like to you all.”
Mark had earlier shared a picture of what seemed to be him in a health care provider’s surgical procedure. He had captioned the snap “sure hiya. one most cancers therapy, please”.
Followers over on Twitter had been fast to leap on the star’s announcement to supply their effectively needs and assist.
American actor BJ Novak wrote: “You’re on our minds, Mark. Your perspective goes to be magnified by so many individuals.”
Radio presenter Nick Main commented: “All of us love you (like… lots) and are able to see you up on the stage ASAP!
“For now – kick the hell outta this most cancers and I want you speedy restoration.”
Blink-182 bandmate Travis Barker additionally took to Instagram to share his assist of his pal.
He shared a picture of the pair embracing alongside the message “Love you, @markhoppus”.
Followers of the star additionally took to the social media channel to share their tales of the star.
One person wrote: “I met you in 2016 and it was the most effective day of my life, earlier this 12 months once I was going by my very own battle w chemotherapy, blink-182 acquired me by it.
“You’ve gotten entertained and introduced a lot happiness and pleasure to so many together with myself through the years. Grasp in there Mark.”
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