Terrified fans gather around the wanted star after misspelling a ‘sinister’ mocking a brain tumor

Wanted singer Tom Parker has been backed by his supportive fans after a troll made fun of him for a misspelling.

The 33-year-old boy star from Bolton made a typo, which he explained was due to a brain tumor, while wishing followers good luck at their new job.

Tom answered them, “God has beat my fingers for you.”

The typo was picked up by another Twitter user who sniped: “It looks like @TomParker doesn’t even know how to spell.”

Tom Parker and Kelsey Hardwicke on the red carpet at the 2021 Pride of Britain Awards

“Brain tumor problems,” he replied.

Horrified fans rallied to support a father of two, who was open about his battle with inoperable grade 4 glioblastoma back in October 2020.

“Damn it,” Tom said of the troll.

One fan described them as “bad” as they rushed to support the star.

@Paul19885D told them: “God forbid you’ve never experienced anything Tom and his family had to go through.

“It’s really sad how some people bend but that’s the lowest of the low.”

@SamFarmer2 replied: “You have no idea what TomParker and his family are going through.

“If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything.”

She chanted, “OMG that means so much to her! As if no one had a typo in their tweets or didn’t realize their autocorrect got so creative.”

Earlier this month, Tom invited fans to pray for him.

“It’s a new moon and a higher number 02.02.22. It’s a powerful day to express the universe,” he shared on his Instagram.

“So let’s all recover together.

“At 6 p.m. I would like everyone to light a candle and say this out loud.

“I leave what no longer serves me for the greater good and by divine order. All that I am and all that I will be!”

“I hope to be strong. I hope my body is back to health and completely free of disease.

“I invite angels, guides, and ancestors to help support me on this journey of healing and please awaken my heart and mind to give me the strength, strength, and healing I need on this journey to complete health.

“I wish my family would be adorned with the love and strength they need to enable them to provide for me as well.

“I support myself with love and light! I surround myself with joy and positivity.”

In November, he was in tears when he announced that his brain tumor was under control and stable.

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As he saw it in the new year, he told fans, “2022…the year we bring up Cancer.

“I’m not sure how I would have gone through the past year without you all to be honest. I love you so much.”

The Wanted – Tom, Jay McGuiness, Max George, Nathan Sykes and Siva Kaneswaran – were formed in 2009 and their debut track All Time Low launched at number one in the UK.

The band, which has been out of business since 2014, announced that they will perform together for the first time in seven years on Tom Parker’s Inside My Head – The Concert to raise awareness for brain tumors last September, followed by their hit album, Most Wanted: The Hottest Hits.

Next month, the band will embark on a UK tour coming to Manchester AO Arena on Sunday 13 March.

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