Travis Barker Hospitalized For Undisclosed Issue & Tweets Cryptically, “God Save Me”

Drummer Blink-182 Travis Barker was hospitalized in Los Angeles today for unknown reasons, according to numerous reports.

Barker, 46, accompanied by his wife Kourtney Kardashian, first arrived at West Hills Hospital on Tuesday morning. He was taken by ambulance to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Kardashian followed an ambulance to Cedars-Sinai, with each TMZ.

She and Kardashian got married last month in Portofino, Italy and their wedding was featured in Hulu’s show The Kardashians.

There is no word on what led to his visit to the hospital. On Tuesday morning, Barker tweeted, “God save me” but, without further ado, it is unclear if these words were related to his hospitalization.

“God Save Me” is also the title of a song from the recently released Mainstream Sellout album by Mainstream Sellout by Machine Gun Kelly, produced by Barker. The song, co-written by Barker, is a compilation of drug addiction, recovery, mental inequality, and fame.

The drummer was hospitalized in 2018 due to blood clots in his arms. He also tolerated staph infections and cellulitis, a bacterial infection that can cause inflammation, inflammation and pain.

The 2008 plane crash left Barker with a third burn on his body. Six people were killed in the crash. DJ AM also survived the crash, but died more than a year later.

On Tuesday afternoon, his 16-year-old daughter, Alabama Luella Barker, posted a note on Instagram saying, “Please send your prayers.”

The deadline first reported that Barker was performing a series of unwritten series called Inked and Iced. This will be followed by a new business of drummer and “diamond dentist” Dr. Tom Connelly, a mix of celebrities and artists who get high-quality diamond teeth while at the same time getting full body tattoos, all the time under anesthesia.

Barker was part of this year’s Oscars, which included program director Adam Blackstone, percussion and singer Sheila E. and pianist Robert Glasper.

Barker’s first brush and reality television was on MTV’s Meet the Barkers, which played two seasons.

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