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Rihanna says Trump will not play her music at political rallies for long.

President Donald Trump has campaigned in recent months to gather supporters across the country to vote for conservatives in Tuesday's midterm elections. Similar to his events during the presidential campaign of 2016, Trump's music selection remained constant before and after the rallies, notably Lee Greenwood's account of "God Bless the USA."

One singer, however, was not pleased to learn that the president had used her music without permission.

When R & B superstar Rihanna discovered that Trump had played her song "Please do not stop the music", she had a pointed answer:

It is unclear whether Rihanna intended to send Trump a letter of omission or what action she intended to take against the President. HuffPost has contacted the representatives of Rihanna.

This is not the first time that Trump has met musicians, The Hill reported. Elton John, Axl Rose and Prince & # 39; s estate have all complained about Trump's unauthorized use of their work. Just last week Pharrell Trump sent a warning because he had played his song "Happy" at an event just hours after the fatal attack on a Pittsburgh synagogue where 11 people died.

In recent weeks, Rihanna has used her massive social media to attract followers who said it was "no greater responsibility than the control of your future".

She also urged her Instagram followers in Florida to vote Democrat Andrew Gillum as the state's next governor.

"If you're tired of feeling unimportant in the political process, you should know that the most important thing you can do to help a candidate is to find someone who deals with critical issues, such as: paying teachers, which is worth its value in, ensuring the reform of criminal justice, sanctioning health care, and lifting Stand Your Ground, "she wrote. "This is a platform we need to support."


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