Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus denies Tom DeLonge’s claim of meeting after new song release

May 03 2016, 4:46 PM EDT By Tyler Sharp

The Blink-182 plot continues to thicken: Mark Hoppus has denied Tom DeLonge’s claim of the two speaking following the release of the band’s new song, “Bored To Death.”

“I haven’t even spoken to Tom in a year and a half,” he told Kevin Klein Live. “[Making music with DeLonge again] is so far down to the road to even be a possibility,”

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He added that DeLonge’s Facebook statement “came as a surprise,” but that he will “never say never to anything, but this is what Blink 182 is right now.”

This past Friday, DeLonge shared a statement to his Facebook page that asserted a multitude of things, including that he met with Hoppus the day before and speaks to drummer Travis Barker “almost every day.”

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Blink-182 released their first song without DeLonge last week, along with an announcement of a massive arena tour with A Day To Remember, All Time Low and the All-American Rejects. 

Additionally, DeLonge recently told Rolling Stone that he is still a member of the band.