Now Rihanna forbids Trump to use her songs at rallies

  • Now Rihanna forbids Trump to use her songs at rallies

Now Rihanna forbids Trump to use her songs at rallies

Similar to his events during the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump's selection of music before and after the rallies has remained constant, most notably Lee Greenwood's rendition of 'God Bless the U.S.A'.

On Sunday, Washington Post White House Bureau Chief Philip Rucker tweeted that the singer's music was being played at a Trump rally in Tennessee. "Such use is therefore improper", the letter continued (Rihanna's real name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty).

Guns N Roses have become the latest act to hit out at Donald Trump for playing their songs at his political rallies, ahead of tomorrow's mid-term elections in the US.

Earlier she had tweeted urging Florida residents to turnout and back Andrew Gillium, the Democrat candidate, to be state governor. "Trump's unauthorized use of Ms. Fenty's music... creates a false impression that Ms. Fenty is affiliated with, connected to or otherwise associated with Trump". "Axl Rose also recently requested that Trump stop playing his iconic hit 'Sweet Child of Mine, '" reports Indy100.

Rihanna has made it clear she doesn't agree with the president or his politics. "The US has only had four black Governors in its entire history, and we can help make #AndrewGillum the next one and Florida's first!" Like, obsessed. The feeling is not mutual, John publicly denounced the use of his songs "Rocket Man" and "Tiny Dancer" at campaign rallies.

Yesterday, Nov. 4, Rose took to Twitter to go on a series of rants about the use of GNR's song being played. And if the Trump regime only used music by artists who supported the president it would be quite a short playlist. Hours before her tweet, Axl Rose of Guns N' Roses accused the Trump campaign of "using loopholes" in the licenses of different venues that host the rallies without his permission. Last week, Pharrell Williams issued a cease-and-desist letter after Trump played his 2013 song "Happy" at a rally on the same day 11 people were killed in a Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.