Travis Barker’s son, performs in NY with MGK
Landon Barker, Travis Barker son, performs in NY with MGK while his father is in the hospital. Just a few hours after his father, Travis Barker, was taken to the hospital by ambulance in Los Angeles, Landon Barker took the stage with Machine Gun Kelly at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday night.
On the “Mainstream Sellout” album by the “Bloody Valentine” rocker, Landon, 18, and MGK, 32, collaborated to sing their popular song “Die In California.”
Does anyone in this room occasionally feel lost? MGK (actual name: Colson Baker) posed the query to the cheering supporters.
Make some noise for Landon Barker, New York City!
According to Billboard, MGK and Landon did not discuss the news during the sold-out performance.
Alabama Barker, Landon’s 16-year-old sister, was with their father in Los Angeles at the same time.
Through her Instagram Story, she pleaded for prayers.
Barker was at Madison Square Garden with his wife Kourtney Kardashian, daughter Alabama Barker, and son Landon, who was performing with MGK.
Additionally, she uploaded a video on her TikTok account, which she subsequently deleted, showing the 46-year-old Blink-182 drummer clutching Alabama’s hand with one hand while laying on a hospital bed.
Travis was seen on a stretcher leaving Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with his wife Kourtney Kardashian at his side, Page Six said earlier on Tuesday.
Fans who screenshotted the picture before Alabama Barker erased it claim that she uploaded it to TikTok from the hospital.
Pictures showed the reality TV star’s security crew following closely behind as he was taken out of the ambulance in a black Range Rover.
According to TMZ, who broke the story first, Travis and Kardashian, 43, originally arrived to West Hills Hospital and Medical Center on Tuesday morning for an unidentified health condition the founder of Box Car Racer was facing.
Kourtney Kardashian, the drummer for Blink-182, was by his side.
The artist was reportedly taken to Cedars-Sinai because the medical professionals believed he need more treatment.
Travis tweeted, “God help me,” just before his medical emergency. Many fans remarked on the ominous timing of the post, despite the fact that it alludes to his song from 2022 with Machine Gun Kelly (also from “Mainstream Sellout”).
Inquiries for comment from Page Six were not promptly answered by representatives for Travis and Kardashian.
He was hospitalised, but the newlyweds and their family have not yet disclosed the cause.