Rihanna wants Trump to please stop playing her music at his ‘tragic rallies’

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Rihanna wants Trump to please stop playing her music at his ‘tragic rallies’

Rihanna wants Trump rallies to stop playing her music.
Rihanna wants Trump rallies to stop playing her music.

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2016%2f09%2f16%2fe7%2fhttpsd2mhye01h4nj2n.cloudfront.netmediazgkymde1lzex.0f9e7By Johnny Lieu

It’s getting tougher for Trump’s playlist organizers, with the likes of Pharrell Williams to Axl Rose working to stop their music being played at his rallies.

R&B singer, diplomat, and icon Rihanna has caught wind of her songs being played at the president’s political events, and she too wants no involvement.

Rihanna seemingly found out from Washington Post’s White House bureau chief Philip Rucker, who tweeted about hearing the artist’s 2008 track “Don’t Stop The Music” blared at a Trump rally in Chattanooga, as aides tossed free Trump t-shirts to the crowd.

But as Rihanna declared in a tweet, she or her representatives wouldn’t ever attend those “tragic rallies.” It looks like RiRi is next to hit Trump with a cease-and-desist.

Earlier on Sunday, Rihanna endorsed Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum for the midterm elections, backing the candidate to become the state’s first black governor.

“If you’re tired of feeling like you don’t matter in the political process,” Rihanna wrote in an Instagram post. 

“Know the most important thing you can do in supporting a candidate is finding someone who will take on critical issues such as: making minimum wage a livable wage, paying teachers what their worth, ensuring criminal justice reform, making healthcare a right, and repealing Stand Your Ground.”

She also wants Floridians to vote “yes” to an amendment to restore voting rights to 1.68 million of the state’s residents with felony convictions. Nothing but respect for MY president.

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