Rihanna doesn't want her music to be played at Trump's rallies

Rihanna

Rihanna

The 30-year-old pop star reacted after the United States president played her 2007 hit Don't Stop the Music at an event in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Sunday ahead of Tuesday's mid-term elections.

This is a lesson that President Trump had to learn when the Grammy victor and beauty mogul found out on Twitter that #45 had been playing one of her songs at his rallies.

Rihanna is deploying legal action after her hit "Don't Stop the Music" was played at President Trump's rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday (November 4).

Rolling Stone reports that Rihanna went one further too and ensured that her legal team sent the USA president a cease and desist. "Such use is therefore improper", it continued.

Clarifying the band's position in this regard, Rose said that he liked "the irony of Trump supporters listening to a bunch of anti-Trump music at his rallies".

Given that Rihanna recently reportedly turned down the gig of a lifetime - the Super Bowl half time show - over her support for Colin Kaepernick, it's clear she isn't afraid to stick to her principles.

But as Rihanna declared in a tweet, she or her representatives wouldn't ever attend those "tragic rallies".

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Rihanna had hours earlier endorsed Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for the governor of Florida. Pharrell's lawyer wrote, "There was nothing "happy" about the tragedy inflicted upon our country on Saturday and no permission was granted for your use of this song for this goal".

Rihanna isn't the only musician slamming the president for playing their songs.

"Just so ya know".

"You have the opportunity to make history this election", wrote the Good Girl Gone Bad singer on Instagram. "They trickle into the arena, buying slices of pizza, taking selfies with Trump-era celebrities and dancing along to the same playlist at every rally: songs by Rihanna, Tina Turner and Journey".

The Guns N' Roses frontman also said the band had formally requested that its music not be used at Trump rallies or Trump-associated events.

Sounds like Trump. He find loopholes from everything to his taxes to playing music from artists at his hate rallies.

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