Rihanna and Guns N 'Roses frontman Akl Rose are the latest artists who criticized Donald Trump for the unauthorized use of his music at his rallies on Tuesday in US mid-term elections.
After the head of the White House Post Office Philip Rucker said that Trump at the Chattanooga, Tennessee rally directed Rihanna's Do not Stop Music 2007, saying, "Not for much longer," and described Trump conferences as "tragic".
Rihanna's verdict came to the president a few hours after approval by Andrew Gillum, a Democratic candidate for Florida governor, in the Instagram post.
She wrote: "You have the opportunity to make history in these elections. The United States had only four black governors throughout history, and we can help make # AndrevGillum the next and Florida first!"
Rihanna's comments were followed by comments by Ack Rose, who accuses Trump of this weekend "using holes in different performance licenses for different locations … without the consent of the songwriter" after learning that the song Sveet Child O'Mine 1988 Guns N & # 39; Roses played at presidential gatherings. "
Akl Rose also said that Guns N 'Roses officially requested r music not used on Trump trumpets or related Trump events.
Gandhar Savur, senior vice president of legal affairs at Rough Trade Publishing, said that often in the case of campaigns held in the types of places where Trump appeared, there was a comprehensive license through the main publishers that allowed the use of songs.
Both musicians joined the rising list of artists who demanded that their music be removed from music videos on Republican gatherings. Pharrell Villiams recently announced a cessation and a missed letter after Trump played his hit Happi 2013 at a rally just hours after the shootings at Pittsburgh's synagogue. In addition, Rolling Stones has repeatedly asked Trump to stop using its own song "I Can not Alvais Get Vhat Iou Vant" to close their rings.