The vocalist of Blink-182 announced that he has cancer

Mark Hoppus is undergoing chemotherapy.

The vocalist of the American punk rock band Blink-182, Mark Hoppus, said that he has cancer and is undergoing chemotherapy.

“I have been undergoing chemotherapy for cancer for the last three months. I have cancer. It sucks and I’m scared, but at the same time I’m lucky to have wonderful doctors, family, and friends who help me get through this,” Hoppus wrote on his Twitter page on Wednesday. According to him, the treatment will last for several more months.

He expressed the hope that shortly he will be able to see his fans at the band’s concert. Blink-182 is a band from California, founded in 1992. She has eight albums to her credit; the last of them was released in 2019.

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Author: Steve Cowan
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