Mark Hoppus has been very vocal about gun control following a school shooting that left 17 students and faculty members dead in Parkland, Florida.

Now, the musician announced on Twitter he directed blink-182's representatives to stop using FedEx after the company decided to continue its business relationship with the National Rifle Association.

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“.@fedex has chosen to continue its business relationship with the NRA,” he wrote. “I've directed our representatives to stop using them, and encourage you to do the same.”

The decision followed a FedEx announcement on Monday, Feb. 26, in which the company informed with wouldn't end its relationship with NRA.

“FedEx has never set or changed rates for any of our millions of customers around the world in response to their politics, beliefs, or position on issues,” FedEx said in a statement, according to the Washington Examiner.

Hoppus had already urged the company to reconsider the position or blink-182 would take their business elsewhere.

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