NexTV Africa & Middle East

Complete News World

A Blink-182 member has revealed that he has cancer

Mexico City- Mark Hobbs, leader of the Blink-182 group, was diagnosed with cancer, through his social networks.

“For the past three months, I have been receiving chemotherapy for cancer. I have cancer. It is an unpleasant disease and I feel scared, and at the same time I am fortunate to have wonderful doctors, families and friends who will help me overcome this.” Wrote.

“I still have months from treatment, but I’m trying to stay hopeful and optimistic. I can’t wait to be cancer-free and see you all at a concert in the near future. I love you all.”

The 49-year-old bassist and singer’s post came hours after he posted and deleted a photo of him sitting with an intravenous needle, apparently in a doctor’s office.

“Yes, hello. Cancer treatment, please,” he wrote next to the photo, which was posted on social media by taking pictures of his fans.

Since he shared his statement, many of his followers as well as other stars have wished the translator a speedy recovery.

“You are on our mind Mark. Your position will be amplified by a lot of people,” BJ Novak tweeted.

“I send you my love and encouragement,” said Aaron Pauley of Of Mice and Men.

Hoppus Blink-182 bandmate Travis Parker also shared a photo of the two via an Instagram story, writing, “I love you @markhoppus,” adding a heart emoji.

See also  "It's Easier for Two" in Arte Again: Feature Film by Emilie Deleuze as Repetition