It’s all over now, Rolling Stones tell USA president

Lawrence Kim
June 30, 2020

Then the musicians had to say on Twitter that they do not support Donald trump.

"The group's 1969 classic" You Can't Always Get What You Need" was recently played Trump's rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, an occasion that has been heavily criticized to be held while the United States is in the middle of an accelerating coronavirus outbreak.

Previous "cease and desist directives" had been ignored, but in a fresh statement the group's team warned that "further steps to exclude" the politician from using their music could be considered. The Stones previously whined during Trump's 2016 campaign regarding the usage of the songs.

In related news, Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, stepped out together last week and laid a wreath at the Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. They also greeted the elderly Korean War veterans. The family pf deceased American musician Tom Petty recently took to Instagram to issue a cease and desist notice against Trump's campaign for using his song "I Won't Back Down' at the Tulsa rally".

The Rolling Stones have once again threatened Donald Trump with a lawsuit over the continued use of their music during campaign rallies.

"The Rolling Stones have never given permission to the Trump campaign to use their songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately", the British band's publicist, Fran Curtis, told CNN at the time.

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It’s all over now, Rolling Stones tell USA president

Campaigning go still dey go on for America as oga Trump dey face Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden for di November presidential election. BMI says it has a clause that will prevent Trump from misusing venue licenses.

Trump's campaign has a Political Entities License, which allows for the public performance of over 15 million different musical works.

The BMI added that it has not yet received any response from lawyers acting for Trump.

Pop star Rihanna also spoke out that she didn't want her music played at a Trump rally in 2018.

Major bands and artists are against Trump using their music to promote himself.

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