Kourtney Kardashian’s hubby, Travis Barker was seen bumping a friend as he got back to the studio Tuesday in Calabasas, California. Barker should have been visible wearing a T-shirt for the Canadian underground rock band D.O.A.
Barker’s re-visitation of the studio comes only one day after he and his wife got some beachside lay and unwinding on July 4. The recently married couple was joined by two of Kardashian’s children – – 9-year-old girl, Penelope, and 7-year-old child, Reign.
Following his release from the hospital for pancreatitis, his wife’s sisters sent him a rich bunch of roses. He expressed gratitude toward his in-law for the caring indication.
A source revealed to ET, “Kourtney was extremely worried about Travis when he started feeling unwell. She has been by Travis’ side throughout everything and has been nonstop taking care of him and making sure he is ok. Her family was really scared as well, but everyone is glad that Travis is on the mend now and that he was able to get amazing care.
“Travis has been trying to take it easy and rest so that he can get back to his best, healthy self soon,” the source told. “They are so appreciative for all the support they’ve received.”
Travis Barker previously spoke up about the health alarm in a note to his fans ahead of the Fourth of July weekend.
“I went in for an endoscopy Monday feeling great,” Travis wrote on his Instagram Story. “But After dinner, I developed excruciating pain and I have been hospitalized ever since. During the endoscopy, I had a very small polyp removed right in the very sensitive area, usually handled by specialists, which unfortunately damaged a critical pancreatic drainage tube. This resulted in severe life threatening pancreatitis.”
Kardashian also took to her Instagram story and spoke about the scary event.
“Oh what a scary and emotional week it has been,” she wrote. “Our health is everything and sometimes we take for granted how quickly it can change. Travis and I went in for a routine endoscopy together and he ended up with severe, life-threatening pancreatitis.”