Blink-182’s Hoppus announces cancer treatment

ADVERTISEMENT


Mark Hoppus, the bassist and singer of Blink-182, announced on social media that he is undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

Hoppus, 49, took to Twitter to inform fans that he has been receiving treatment for the past three months. 

BRITNEY SPEARS REQUESTS THAT HER CONSERVATORSHIP ENDS

“It sucks and I’m scared,” he posted. “And at the same time I’m blessed with incredible doctors and family and friends to get me through this.”

ADVERTISEMENT

He said that he will continue to receive treatment for the next few months and cannot wait to be cancer-free.

GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Hoppus also posted in an Instagram story that showed him hooked up to an IV. Deadline reported that he captioned the picture, “Yes hello. One cancer treatment, please.”

He deleted the post, the report said.

Travis Barker, a bandmate, also posted on Instagram, “Love you, @markhoppus.” 

Hoppus did not name the type of cancer or what stage.