Reggaeton Singer Don Omar Shares Cancer Diagnosis

Don Omar is opening up about his health.

The “Pobre Diabla” singer shared that he was diagnosed with cancer while preparing for the second leg of his Back to Reggatón Tour.

“Today I do, but tomorrow I won’t have cancer,” Don wrote on Instagram June 17 in Spanish. “Good intentions are welcomed. See you soon. #f–kcancer.”

The 46-year-old included a photo of his hospital band from Orlando Health.

Don—whose real name is William Omar Landrón Rivera—rose to fame in the early aughts and made a comeback last year with his album Forever King and 20-date tour that was later extended by 18 more shows. 

Back to Reggatón marks Don’s first major headlining endeavor since the Kingdom Tour with Daddy Yankee in 2015. The duo had worked together over the years despite their infamous feud, which ended in December. Following the news of his diagnosis, the “Gasolina” singer even shared his well-wishes. He posted on his Instagram Stories in Spanish, along with a Bible verse, “Onward, warrior!”

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