Blink-182 Icon ‘Feeling Terrible’ In Cancer Photo


Blink-182 icon Mark Hoppus revealed he is ‘feeling terrible’ after cancer treatment in a new photo.

“Hahaha. Look at this trash. This is the top of my head right now. This is what God sees when He looks down upon His work and despairs. Cancer-ass head trying to grow back some hair. Awww. Poor little head. Keep your chin up, fighter. Feeling terrible this week but trying to stay positive and count my blessings. I hope everyone is doing great, staying healthy, and being kind to each other. If anyone needs me, I’ll be on the couch for the foreseeable future.”

On this week’s episode of After School Radio on Apple Music Hits, Mark Hoppus is joined by legendary Food Network star and restauranteur Guy Fieri who discusses his life as a chef, how it all began began, and the music that accompanied the journey. He tells Apple Music about how he chooses which restaurants to feature on his popular ‘Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives’ series, his thoughts on the future of restaurants coming out of the pandemic, shares his go-to comfort foods, discusses his friendship with Sammy Hagar and love of Rage Against The Machine, and more.

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Guy Fieri Tells Apple Music How He Got Into Cooking…

It was one of those things, I was always a food junkie, just always loved food, everything. I used to ask my mom, the first thing in the morning I’d come around the corner and say, “What’s your dinner tonight?” … my mom would get so pissed and she’d say, “Don’t ask me what is for dinner until at least lunch,” because I was looking forward to it. I still today am looking forward to what’s for dinner. I’ll plan what I’m going to eat for lunch, what I mean for breakfast, based on what I’m going to have for dinner. You going to to go big, or you going to go light, what are you going to do?So anyhow, in my family whoever cooked didn’t have to do the dishes, and there was one thing that I hated more than anything was doing dishes. So I was just a young kid, I mean, I was nine, 10 years old, and we lived in that small town, and had the ability to go to the grocery store, a small grocery store, called Valley Grocery, and I could charge, and I would go in and I’d go to my parents’ shop and I’d say, “Hey, I’ll make dinner tonight,” and they’re like, “All right, whatever.” And I had the Betty Crocker book, The Joy of Cooking book, and I would go there and like, pot pie, well this sounds easy enough, now doesn’t it. And sometimes we had great meals, and sometimes we’d pull stuff out of the freezer. But no, I’ve wanted to cook my whole life, that’s all I really wanted to do.