Alongside a text exchange posted to social media, DeLonge shared that he "wanted to be a good friend" to Hoppus and suggest what he should do next, now that his treatments have subsided.
Former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge has confirmed that the band’s founding member, bassist and singer Mark Hoppus, has completed his chemotherapy treatment, and is offering “some modest advice” for what to do next.
In a text exchange posted as a screenshot to Instagram on Friday, DeLonge asked Hoppus whether there are more treatments planned, to which Hoppus replied in a series of separate messages: “No more planned. Doctor said I can take my port out. I think because he thinks chemo did the trick and I’m done but also if the chemo didn’t work we do a different treatment entirely?”
DeLonge responded with, “Wow. That’s great news.” He then emphasized: “Time for LIVING.”