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Pop singer Rihanna and hard rock band Guns N Roses Axl Rose were indignant that their songs played illegally on political events attended by US President Donald Trump.
Rihanna was indignant that at the Tennessee Republicans' meeting with Trump, the organizers included her song "Do not Stop the Music," under which they began to throw Trump tricks into the crowd.
This incident was announced on Twitter by Washington Post journalist Philip Rucker and the singer immediately responded.
"Never, neither me nor my people will be at any of these tragic encounters," she wrote in the social network.
A few hours earlier, Axl Rose also tweeted that Trump's assistants used gaps in the law to include Guns N Roses at the assemblies, and called on the president's team not to use the band's creativity on political events without permission.
If you want to know how to use it, it's a bit different.
– Axl Rose (@axlrose) November 4, 2018
Recall that the political observer of the US television channel CNN Ana Navarro in the air twice called US President Donald Trump "racist pig".