Rihanna doesn't want Trump playing her songs at his rallies

Rihanna doesn't want Trump playing her songs at his rallies

"Trump's rallies are unlike anything else in politics", wrote Rucker.

The pop star was alerted via Twitter that the U.S. president had played her 2007 hit Don't Stop The Music at an event in Chattanooga, Tennessee, on Sunday.

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

RiRi's lawyers fired off the cease and desist letter to Trump's legal team after he played "Don't Stop the Music" at his Sunday rally in Chattanooga, TN.

Rihanna's latest drama is coming just after it was reported that she and her billionaire lover, Hassan Jameel have called it quits. Trump is using a blanket license loophole, in which venues pay a pre-determined fee to a performance right society and in turn can play any of the music from that catalog at their venues.

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She posted: "Florida: You have the opportunity to make history this election".

The singer who seen as vocal supporter of the democratic party, endorsed Democratic party member and Mayor Andrew Gillum for Florida governor.

He made his political perspective clear earlier in the week by tweeting, "Vote Blue... Such use is therefore improper", the letter continued (Rihanna's real name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty). In 2012, BMI created a separate license for political entities, Schwender wrote, which allows musicians to opt out if they don't want their songs used at rallies. Pharrell recently took similar action after he learned that Trump played his song, "Happy", at a rally following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.

Impressively, even for Donald Trump, he managed to win the negative attention of Rihanna and Guns n' Roses lead singer Axl Rose in the same 24-hour period.

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