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Travis Barker's daughter has called on the musician's fans to keep him in their prayers.
One of the 46-year-old's children, 16-year-old Alabama Luella Barker, has since taken to social media to ask fans for their support.
Alabama took to her Instagram stories to call on her father's fans to: "Please send your prayers."
She also posted a since-deleted picture of the musician on her TikTok account.
Travis' face couldn't be seen in the picture, but he was sporting a medical bracelet on his right wrist.
One of the musician's other children, 18-year-old Landon Asher Barker, has yet to address his father's hospitalisation.
His stepdaughter Atiana has also yet to comment on the incident.
However, Alabama's post follows one by her father on his Twitter which echoed a similar sentiment.
It read: "God save me."
The line is also a reference to Machine Gun Kelly's 2022 release 'God Save Me'.
God save me— Travis Barker (@travisbarker) June 28, 2022
Fans of the musician have since flooded to the post in support of the star.
One said: "I'm f**ked up."
Another wrote: "Romans 10:9-10. 'Because, if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved.' God bless!"
A third urged everyone to take the post seriously and do what the musician asked, saying: "Everyone please pray it works! People who don’t believe studied the effects of praying for a sick person, they had no idea people were praying for them and they improved, no praying group, not much improvement compared to group prayed for!"
He just got picked up on the ambulance pray for him— Cynthiaa Silva (@BryCyn90) June 28, 2022
The drummer is reported as having initially been transported to West Hills Hospital and Medical Centre.
He was accompanied by Kourtney Kardashian, who he recently married.
However, he was later transferred to Cedars-Sinai because it is reported that doctors felt like he needed additional care.
The musician has previously spent time in hospital in 2008.
He survived a plane crash, however 65 percent of his body was left with third-degree burns.
He had to undergo 27 surgeries, nearly lost a foot and remained in hospital for 11 weeks.
In 2018, Travis was discovered as having blood clots in his arms and so had to be hospitalised again.
It was during his stay in 2018 that he was diagnosed with cellulitis - a common bacterial skin condition - and a staph infection, which is similarly caused by bacteria.
However, it has not yet been confirmed why the drummer is currently in hospital.
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