Rihanna has warned the US President, Donald Trump, about taking part in her music at his political rallies.
The 30-year-old singer acquired her legal professionals to ship Trump’s legal workforce a stop and desist letter after he performed “Do not Cease the Music” at his Sunday rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
In accordance to the letter, Trump has used Rihanna tunes “in reference to a variety of political occasions held throughout the US” and Rihanna desires it to finish. The letter goes on to state that Rihanna has not given Trump consent to use any of her music, so using it “is subsequently improper.”
A Washington Publish reporter tweeted at Rihanna Sunday after seeing the Trump rally. She replied, “Me nor my individuals would ever be at or round a type of tragic rallies.”
Rihanna is not the primary artist to warn Trump towards using their music. Pharrell Williams, late Prince’s property, Steven Tyler, and several other different artists have banned Trump from taking part in their tune at political rallies.