Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo urges people to ‘value’ being with loved ones during lockdown

Derrick Santistevan

Black Eyed Peas’ Taboo has actually prompted people to “appreciate” being with their loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 44- year-old rapper – who was detected with phase 2 testicular cancer in 2014 – has actually motivated those having a hard time in the middle of the continuous health crisis to take advantage of the time with their households in spite of such hard times.

He informed The Sun paper’s Unusual column: “People should appreciate the time that they have with family and kids and just being present in their lives every day.”

The ‘Where Is The Love?’ hitmaker – whose cancer entered into remission after 12 weeks of chemotherapy – discussed how his fight with the health problem 6 years ago stimulated him on to live his life to the maximum.

He recommended the existing existing pandemic might do the exact same for other people.

He added: “When I got detected with cancer in 2014 I was bed-ridden, I was doing chemotherapy, defending my life.

” That was the first minute to actually examine the significance of my health and my family, and what the concern in my life is.

“Not be the entertainer, not be in the music business, but actually being a husband and a father, because at the end of the day all that stuff goes away and what are you left with? Fortunately I beat cancer.”

Taboo formerly exposed how it was his family and bandmates who motivated him to remain strong during his health fight, and he was encouraged by the possibility of returning on phase with the remainder of the group.

He confessed: “It was brutal – it was like nightmare, torture and war. But the thing that kept be fighting on was my wife and my kids, and knowing that I could be on that big stage again with my best friends.”

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