Still by his side. Travis Barker‘s family continues to speak out during his hospitalization for pancreatitis.
“Thank you guys for all the prayers and love, I appreciate and love you all,” Alabama Barker wrote on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, June 28, next to a photo of her hand next to her father’s.
Travis shares the 16-year-old and her 18-year-old brother, Landon Barker, with ex-wife Shanna Moakler. The Blink-182 rocker is also close by with Atiana De La Hoyathe daughter of the former pageant queen with Oscar de la hoya†
“Thank you for the outpouring of love and prayers sent to us at this time,” Travis’ stepdaughter, 23, wrote on her own Instagram Stories on Wednesday. “It is heard, felt and appreciated. xx.”
On Tuesday, June 27, news came that the drummer was on his way to the hospital with wife Kourtney Kardashian. A source later told We Weekly that he suffers from pancreatitis. While Alabama shared another photo from the California hospital on Wednesday, Landon and Atiana were in New York City at the Machine gun Kelly concert when the news broke. Landon took the stage to sing “Die in California” with the crooner “Bloody Valentine”, who works closely with Travis on his music.
According to a second source, the Kardashian family has also thought of Travis.
“He has received an outpouring of good wishes, including from the Kardashians. He is receiving the best treatment and will hopefully be out of the hospital in 24-72 hours,” the source said on Wednesday. “Kourtney is by his side and will remain by his side. His children are also very supportive of him. Alabama rushed to be by his side.”
The source added: “He and Kourtney have asked for privacy as they fight through this together.”
The founder of Poosh married Travis last month in Portofino, Italy. The lavish ceremony came after they were legally married a few days earlier at a Santa Barbara courthouse and had a ceremony in Las Vegas in April.
Before going to the hospital, Travis sent out a cryptic tweet saying “God save me” on social media on Tuesday afternoon.