Kourtney Kardashian’s husband Travis Barker was rushed to the hospital in an ambulance on Tuesday, June 28, for suffering from pancreatitis.
Barker, 46, was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles, where he was accompanied by his wife Kourtney.
The same day he was rushed to the hospital, he tweeted “God save me” on his official tweeter page, but God Save Me is also the name of a song Barker produced for his friend Machine Gun Kelly, released in March, and whose documentary Life in Pink is now streaming on Hulu.
Therefore, it is not certain if the statement is related to the incident.
Sources connected to the family confirmed his attendance was due to an inflamed pancreas, which doctors believe was triggered by a colonoscopy.
Doctors concluded that he is suffering from Pancreatitis, Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas and includes symptoms like nausea, intense stomach pain, and vomiting.
Concurrently, Barker’s daughter Alabama took it to social media, sharing a post on her Instagram stories, that said: “Please send your prayers.”
Last week Kardashian recovered from her second battle with Covid.
It isn’t known when the reality star had Covid for the first time, although her famous sisters Kim and Khloe both revealed when they tested positive during the pandemic.