Travis Barker Daughter Posts Pool Photos

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It was recently reported and revealed that Blink-182 drummer and bandmate Travis Barker was hospitalized due to pancreatitis which was allegedly triggered by a colonoscopy. It was also reported that the ‘All The Small Things’ drummer was suffering from symptoms of vomiting, nausea, intense stomach pain, and vomiting. In addition, Mr. Barker would be admitted to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. This particular medical center is regarded as one of the top ones in the United States.

In a follow-up to that story, according to an anonymous source that would speak to People, Barker would be in ‘extreme pain’ and ‘could barely walk’ before his hospitalization.

This unnamed would also add: “He is getting the best care at Cedars though, noting that doctors are performing several tests and have put him on a modified diet.”

Barker’s daughter Alabama Barker has been by his side. She also recently posted pool photos.

In other news regarding Blink-182, who recently discussed one of their bandmates kissing a big name female singer. During an interview with Rolling Stone, long-time Blink-182 bandmate Tom DeLonge would discuss writing the classic Blink-182 hit ‘Damnit’ which appears off of the group’s second studio album, ‘Dude Ranch’, which was released in 1997. The album was released in the summer of 1997 and was a success, reaching number 67 on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top Heatseekers chart. The second single, “Dammit”, became a rock radio hit single and helped the band gain mainstream credibility as they toured worldwide on the Vans Warped Tour. Credit to Far Out Magazine for the quote used below.

“We had a lot of f***in’ fun. We were out all night skateboarding. We were out throwing food and drinks at security guards who were chasing us through malls, skateboarding at four in the morning, eating doughnuts at places making hot doughnuts near the beach, breaking into schools, and finding skate spots in dark schools or slaloming down parking garages naked and s*** in downtown San Diego.”