The superstar singer took to Twitter to protest the fact that her song "Don't Stop the Music" was reportedly played at a campaign rally Sunday for Republican Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn in Chattanooga, Tennessee on Sunday. It all started when Philip Rucker, the White House Bureau Chief at The Washington Post, tweeted, "It's been said a million times, but here's a million and one - Trump's rallies are unlike anything else in politics". "Currently, Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music" is blaring in Chattanooga as aides toss free Trump T-shirts into the crowd, like a ball game".
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However, as a national of Barbados she was not eligible to vote herself.
On Sunday he posted: "Guns and Roses like a lot of artists opposed to the unauthorised use of their music at political events has formally requested our music not be used at Trump rallies".
At a campaign rally in Florida's Pensacola, ahead of midterm elections in the United States, President Donald Trump showed off his Air Force One aircraft as thousands of supporters stood in awe.
The backlash follows musician Pharrell Williams sending Mr Trump a legal challenge over his use of the song Happy on the day of the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.