Blink-182 deny comeback single is Reborn


When they're not asking Pet Shop Boys to change their name to, ahem… Rescue Shelter Boys, those People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA) are handing out Compassionate Citizen Awards to Twittering rock stars.

Blink-182 bassist Mark Hoppus payed "nearly $1,000 for a movie prop octopus" for a photo shoot "so a real one doesn't have to die." Enter PETA with a pat on the back and a message to other film makers to use animatronics and computer-generated imagery instead of real animals.

In other Blink' news, despite reports, the newly-reformed trio are not releasing a song called Reborn as a comeback single in June. Again, here's Hoppus with the Tweet…

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