After Blink-182 called out Tom DeLonge for making his manager quit for him, the former band member reveals he ‘never’ planned to quit, and tells fans his relationship with the others is now officially ‘poisoned.’
Tom DeLonge, 39, claims he was just as surprised as everyone else when the remaining members of Blink-182 — Travis Barker, 39, and Mark Hoppus, 42 — released an official statement telling the world he had quit the band. For the first time since that happened, Tom is trying to tell his own story and, more or less, claims that this split was not his doing.
Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker are pretty upset with their former band mate, Tom DeLonge — but it’s not for quitting Blink-182. It’s for making his team do the quitting for him. Ouch.
Blink-182 announced on Monday, Jan. 26, that Tom DeLonge, 39, was officially done with the band. Even though he was quick to deny the claim on social media, his former band mates, Travis Barker, 39, and Mark Hoppus, 42, revealed in a brand new interview that he really did quit — he just didn’t do it himself.
Well, this is awkward. Even though Blink-182 members Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker announced on Jan. 26 that they would be replacing Tom DeLonge after he quit the band, Tom is now insisting that he never left — and that he’s still ‘not leaving!’
No matter what you do, your kid is going to like one parent more than the other!
Do you ever feel left out when your baby wants to spend more time with your partner than you? Well, that’s exactly how Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz feels about his 22-month-old son, Bronx, and his wife Ashlee Simpson-Wentz, 25! “He’ll call me up and be like, ‘All he [Bronx] wants to do is hang out with Ashlee,'” Pete’s good friend Blink-182 bass player Mark Hoppus told HollyBaby.com exclusively Sept. 16 at the launch party for Fuse’s new show A Different Spin with Mark Hoppus at MPD restaurant in NYC.