Pop Singer Rihanna has become the latest musician to condemn Donald Trump for using their music at “tragic” Republican rallies. Writing on Twitter after her 2007 hit ‘Don’t Stop The Music’ was heard playing at a rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the 30-year-old vowed to ensure her songs would not be played at such rallies again. The US president had been at the event in support of candidate Marsha Blackburn on Sunday ahead of the midterm elections on Tuesday.
Late last month, Pharrell was similarly angered when he found out his music was a part of the Trump soundtrack. Pharrell’s lawyer Howard King sent Trump a cease-and-desist after the song “Happy” was reportedly played at a Midwest rally following the Tree of Life synagogue shooting in Pittsburg.