Travis Barker's daughter Alabama, 16, dances around in new TikTok before quickly deleting it... after asking for 'prayers' as her dad remains in hospital battling mystery condition with Kourtney Kardashian by his side
- Alabama Barker posted a since-deleted update on her TikTok page, of her dancing and looking seemingly happy on Wednesday morning
- The post comes after she shared a photo of herself holding her father's hand while he lay in a hospital bed and captioning it: 'Please say a prayer' which she also deleted
- The 46-year-old Blink-182 drummer was taken to West Hills hospital early on Tuesday morning with wife Kourtney at his side
- His condition was deemed serious enough that he was taken to Cedars Sinai Medical Center via an ambulance
- Kourtney, 43, was seen following behind the ambulance in her Range Rover; neither she or Travis have offered any updates on his condition
- The drummer's son Landon, 18, performed on stage alongside Travis' close friend Machine Gun Kelly in New York on Tuesday night
- DailyMail.com has reached out to reps for both Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian for comment
Travis Barker's daughter Alabama danced around in a new TikTok on Wednesday morning after asking fans to pray for her father just hours after he was rushed to a Los Angeles medical facility with a mystery illness.
In the video, the teenager could be seen smiling and looking considerably happy as she danced around in the short clip, which she shared to her 2.5million followers.
However, just moments later she had deleted the clip from the video hosting service.
It is still unclear what medical issue Barker, 46, is battling and there has been no update from his wife Kourtney Kardashian who was by his side as he was hospitalized.
DailyMail.com has reached out to representatives who have so far been unavailable for comment.
More mystery: Travis Barker's daughter Alabama, 16, dances around in new TikTok before quickly deleting it... after asking for 'prayers' for her dad in hospital as his condition remains a mystery
The new post comes after another update on her TikTok that she deleted, sharing an image of herself holding her father's hand, while captioning it: 'Please say a prayer.'
Travis' face wasn't shown in the photo, but he was seen sitting up in a hospital bed and holding his phone. A white medical bracelet could be seen on his right wrist, however Alabama posted a heart emoji over it to hide the rocker's personal information.
The star was taken to a Los Angeles hospital by ambulance on Tuesday after suffering from a mysterious medical issue, with his new wife Kourtney Kardashian by his side as he arrived at local facility West Hills.
However, doctors at the local facility deemed his condition serious enough that he was later transferred to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in an ambulance - while Kourtney, 43, followed behind in her Range Rover. The reality star was then pictured walking into the hospital alongside her husband who was being wheeled into the facility on a gurney.
Gone: Just moments later she had deleted the video from the video hosting service, where she has 2.5million followers
Update: The new post comes after another update on her TikTok that she deleted, sharing an image of herself holding her 46-year-old father's hand, while captioning it: 'Please say a prayer'
Post: In the video, the teenager could be seen smiling and looking considerably happy as she danced around in the short clip, though it was removed shortly thereafter
Unclear: It is not clear if Alabama meant to post the dancing video as she quickly took it down
Silent: The social media star has yet to make any further comment on her father's condition
Travis was seen lying on the gurney while wearing an all-black outfit, the hood of his sweatshirt raised over his head, with his distinctive tattoos visible on his right hand, which was raised in the air as he was wheeled into the hospital by EMTs. Kourtney was also dressed in all-black and had her hood up over her hair, her face shielded from the public.
Barker also cryptically tweeted, 'God save me,' at 10:45 AM PST on Tuesday morning, though nothing else is clear about his condition at this time.
Hours later, Barker's daughter Alabama took to her Instagram Stories to ask his fans to 'Please send your prayers', adding a sad emoji - indicating that her father's condition may be quite serious.
DailyMail.com has reached out to reps for both Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian for comment.
Hospitalized: Travis Barker 's daughter Alabama, 16, has shared a photo of the rocker in hospital, hours after he was rushed in with a mystery illness
The teenager captioned the post - which was shared on TikTok - 'Please say a prayer' before later deleting it altogether
Hospital: Travis was taken to a local Los Angeles hospital by ambulance on Tuesday after suffering from a mysterious medical issue
Serious: The Blink-182 drummer, 46, arrived at the West Hills hospital on Tuesday with wife Kourtney Kardashian by his side. Doctors apparently deemed the issue so serious that he was later transported to Cedars Sinai Medical Center
Save: Barker cryptically tweeted 'God save me,' at 10:45 AM PST on Tuesday morning, though nothing else is clear about his condition at this time
Prayers: Hours later, Barker's daughter Alabama, 16, took to her Instagram Stories to ask that her followers 'Please send your prayers' alongside a sad emoji - indicating this may be quite serious
Travis' new wife Kourtney (pictured with the drummer at the Met Gala in May) was pictured by the drummer's side as he arrived at the LA hospital
God Save Me is the title of a song Barker produced for his good friend Machine Gun Kelly, which was released in March.
It's possible that the tweet was in reference to the Machine Gun Kelly song, or to the rocker's new documentary Life in Pink, that is streaming on Hulu.
MGK hasn't tweeted anything like God Save Me, and he also hasn't publicly addressed his friend's condition, having spent Tuesday night performing in a sold-out show at Madison Square Garden alongside Travis' teenage son, Landon Asher Barker.
Landon, 18, shared videos of himself performing Machine Gun Kelly's song Die in California, on which the teenager is featured along with Gunna and Young Thug.
While Landon shared videos from his performance on Tuesday evening, he has yet to address his father's illness at this time.
If the teenager had any serious concerns about his dad's wellbeing, he certainly didn't let it show on Tuesday night, when he also attended an after party for MGK's sold-out show at trendy hotspot Catch Steakhouse.
There, Landon was seen leaving the event hand-in-hand with his new girlfriend, TikTok star Charli D'Amelio, having spent the night partying alongside Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox, Avril Lavigne, and Mod Sun.
Alabama is pictured alongside her father on June 14, exactly two weeks before he was hospitalized in Los Angeles
Close: The duo are seen in another recent candid snap from her Instagram page
Landon and MGK: Landon Asher Barker performs with Machine Gun Kelly at his sold-out Madison Square Garden show
Sweats: Kourtney was seen at Travis' side while he was taken on a gurney into an ambulance at West Hills, with Kourtney wearing a black hoodie and black sweats
Recovery: The incident comes days after Kourtney, seen by her husband's side wearing a black hoodie and sweatpants, made a full recovery from her second bout with COVID-19
Machine Gun Kelly also seemed unfazed by his friend Travis' medical issues as he partied the night away - at one point even smashing a champagne flute on his head during a performance at the late-night event.
The rocker was left with blood pouring from his face after hitting himself with the glass while up on stage at the event - where he also shouted out 'I don't give a s***'.
Sharing a video of the moment on Instagram early on Wednesday morning, MGK joked: 'This is where things turned.'
MGK carried on performing and appeared unfazed by his bleeding face, as he moved onto the next track [My Ex's Best Friend] while members of the crowd passed him tissues to suppress the bleeding.
Following the event, the star left the venue covered in blood and held hands with his supportive partner Megan Fox as she walked close behind him before heading home after the bash.
Travis' mysterious medical issue comes just one day after his close friend Machine Gun Kelly opened up about his past mental health struggles, revealing in a new Hulu documentary, Life in Pink, that he once attempted suicide while on the phone with Megan, 36.
If Travis' 18-year-old son Landon had any serious concerns about his father's condition, he didn't let it show as he attended an after-party for Machine Gun Kelly's sold-out show alongside his new girlfriend, TikTok star Charli D'Amelio on Tuesday night
The Blink-182 rocker's close friend MGK also seemed unfazed about Travis' medical issues as he partied the night away at Catch Steakhouse - where he smashed a champagne flute over his head during a performance at the venue
Machine Gun Kelly was left with blood pouring from his eye after the stunt, before which he yelled out: 'I don't give a s**t'
The 32-year-old rapper - whose real name is Colson Baker - recalled battling depression following the death of his father and admitted he was in a 'really, really, really dark' one day in July of 2020.
'I wouldn't leave my room and I started getting really, really, really dark. Megan went to Bulgaria to shoot a movie and I started getting this really wild paranoia. Like, I kept getting paranoid that someone was gonna come and kill me,' he said in a clip. 'I called Megan. I was like, "You aren't here for me." I'm in my room and I'm, like, freaking out on her.
'Dude, I put the shotgun in my mouth. And I'm yelling on the phone and like the barrel's in my mouth,' MGK continued. 'And I go to cock the shotgun and the bullet, as it comes back up, the shell just gets jammed. Megan's like dead silent.'
The incident comes days after Kourtney made a full recovery from her second bout with COVID-19.
She had contracted the virus for a second time in mid-June but had made a full recovery as of last week.
It isn't clear when Kourtney contracted COVID-19 the first time, though her sisters Kim and Khloe both did test positive during the pandemic.
It's also unclear if Barker's mysterious illness is at all connected to Kourtney contracting COVID-19 again.
COVID: It isn't clear when Kourtney contracted COVID-19 the first time, though her sisters Kim and Khloe both did test positive during the pandemic
Unclear: It's also unclear if Barker's mysterious illness is at all connected to Kourtney contracting COVID-19 again
She did reveal in August 2021 that she had to quarantine with Barker, so it's possible that she may have gotten COVID then.
Taking to Instagram at the time, Kourtney shared several photos from the couple's quarantine, including one of the reality star leaving little to the imagination with a black robe falling over her shoulder.
'Ten days of quarantine...' she said in the post, with other photos featuring Kourtney's kids Penelope and Reign peering into Travis' house.
Quarantine: The Instagram post featured several photos, including one of Kourtney leaving little to the imagination with a black robe falling over her shoulder
The post also showed that they were passing the time by making S'mores and watching shows such as Mare of Easttown and Manifest, and classic movies like Audrey Hepburn's 1966 film How to Steal a Million.
The couple were married just weeks ago in Italy, following a fairytale proposal that was captured on the new Hulu series The Kardashians.
The proposal came exactly one year after they first 'hooked up,' after several years of friendship.
Kourtney follows: Kourtney Kardashian followed behind Travis Barker's ambulance in a black Range Rover
Cedars-bound: Travis Barker heads to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center via ambulance with wife Kourtney Kardashian at his side
Hands up: Travis Barker raises his tattooed hand before heading into the ambulance
EMTs: EMT's gather near Travis Barker's ambulance