Black Eyed Peas member Taboo is been suffering from Stage 2 testicular cancer but chose to keep his condition away from public. The 41 year old artist is been declared cancer free two years but only wanted to tell about his struggles with his fans once he made it out the other side stronger.
Taboo underwent twelve weeks of `aggressive, intense` chemotherapy. There are time that I wanted to give up, but I become inspired by the sports figures who have gone through similar battles. I start channeling my energy into the thing that keeps me spirited and alive. `the hip hip artist shares in the interview with People Magazine.
`I wanted to share the story and inspire others like to those who inspired me.` So he start writing music about his battle with cancer. He go to the studio to record, but admitted he `kept fading in and out, but the team kept me focused because they know how important it was.`
Taboo just released his new single song `Fight` to inspired people facing their own battles.
Taboo also partnered with American Cancer Society to inspire cancer patients to stay positive and for everyone to get tested if they come across cancer diagnose.
`I been cancer free for over 2 years, but the real battle is not yet over.`