Ozzy Osbourne tells Trump campaign to stop using his music

With slamming Trump on usage of Crazy Train, both Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have made clear that they are not willing to let their music be used for derogatory mockery, political gains or campaigns.

The latest legal action came after Trump posted a weird Tweet mocking USA news channel MSNBC over technical problems that occurred while it was hosting a debate with Democratic primary contenders on Thursday night, featuring Osbourne's 1980 hit Crazy Train as its soundtrack.

Ozzy isn't the first musician to ask Trump to stop using their music.

The video, which has been retweeted over 40,000 times, remains on his Twitter account.

In case you want to see a way better use of "Crazy Train", Jack Osbourne shared a video of his two daughters singing along and rocking out to their papa's classic jam.

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Ellis had no concerns that all the media and political attention would have impacted negatively on Rapinoe's performance. The row with Trump provoked predictable online reactions from both sides of the political divide.

According to Rolling Stone, Ozzy and his wife Sharon Osbourne are pissed about the president's use of the song.

Sharon and Ozzy finished their note by naming some other artists who previously vocalized their support for the president - including Kanye West, Kid Rock, and Ted Nugent - that may be agreeable to having their songs used in Trump's political material.

'In the meantime, I have a suggestion for Mr. Trump, ' the 66-year-old Talk co-host wrote in a statement.

The statement also included a link to President Trump's tweet, which featured the video.

She has send out a statement saying that Ozzy's music can not be used by the Trump campaign. Various singers like Neil Young, Steven Tyler of AeroSmith, Pharrell Williams, Rihanna and Adele has expressed their discomfort on the usage of their music for his campaigns.

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