Blink-182 Bassist Mark Hoppus Reveals He Has Cancer, is Undergoing Chemo
Blink-182 Bassist Mark Hoppus Reveals He Has Cancer and is Undergoing Chemo.
American musician, singer, songwriter, and television personality Mark Hoppus, best known as the bassist in the band Blink-182, has revealed that he is battling cancer. The artist tweeted about his disease on Wednesday.
Mark disclosed that he is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer for the last three months. "It sucks and I'm scared, and at the same time I am blessed with incredible doctors and family and friends to get me through this," the bassist said.
The artist further said that he has months of treatment and is trying to stay optimistic. Mark can't wait to be cancer-free and see his fans in the concerts. In the end, the artist showed love to all his followers.
Mark Hoppus is the bassist in his band Blink-182.
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162 K Twitter users showed their support by liking this heartbreaking tweet. More than twenty-five thousand users re-tweeted, and seven thousand users commented in the post. The artist has 2.7 million followers on Twitter.
English singer and songwriter Alex Gaskarth commented on the post and asked if Mark had a moment to talk about hyperspace tracking. The official Twitter handle of Best Coast also commented and said to stay strong. Many of the musician's well-wishers are showing him support.
According to CNN, the 49-years old musician posted his photo on his Instagram story, showing him sitting in a chair with an IV attached to his arm.
We hope Mark wins the battle against Cancer and can join the band soon. Let's hope to see the bassist at the concert shortly.
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