Travis Barker Thanks Kourtney Kardashian For Helping Him Get Over His Plane Phobia

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Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker finally got over his plane phobia after the tragic crash he experienced in 2008 and thanked his girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian for helping him get through it by posting a romantic picture on Instagram.

Barker was on a plane to Van Nuys, California, when it crashed and burned. Only Barker and DJ AM survived the crash later to have severe PTSD from the event. DJ AM passed away a year after the crash from an overdose and left Barker to be the only survivor of the horrifying accident adding more fear to what he already has.

Barker had plans to get over his phobia of planes for years, and finally this year he got over it. According to him, his girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian was a big help in this good progress. Kourtney and Barker were long-time friends before they became Instagram official on February 17, 2021. Their relationship kept flourishing more and more every day without wanting to hide from the media and their fans.

Recently, Barker shared a photo on Instagram with Kourtney in front of a plane. The drummer is carrying Kourtney, they are kissing, and there is a big airplane in the background. In his caption, it was apparent that Kourtney helped him overcome his phobia, and he is grateful for it. Kourtney also showed her support and love with a comment.

Here is what he said in the caption:

“With you, anything is possible Kourtney Kardashian.”

And Kourtney replied saying:

“Anything and everything with you.”

Many celebrities got happy and excited for the news that Barker can ride a plane once again. Among those celebrities were Kourtney’s sisters Kim, Kylie, and Khloe who showed their supports for the couple stating that love conquers all. Another comment that grabbed attention was from Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee’s wife Brittany Furlan Lee. She left three heart emojis showing her support for their relationship.

You can see their photo below.

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Photo Credit: Travis Barker – Instagram Page