Tyler, who was first diagnosed in Sept. 2018 with advanced prostate cancer, shared his health news in a June interview. Today.

He said, “For my specific prognosis it’s ofcourse stage 4.” Today“s” Craig Melvin. “Late stage cancer. It’s going to eventually get me, you know. I didn’t go in for a test which was a bad thing. The cancer decided to mutate at that time, and it’s continued to progress.”

He shared that there are other options for men if they catch it earlier than me. “Next time you have a routine exam or your annual checkup, ask your doctor about a PSA test. It is easy to detect.