The 30-year-old singer got her lawyers to send Trump’s legal team a cease and desist later after he played “Don’t Stop the Music” at his Sunday rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
According to the letter, Trump has used Rihanna tunes “in connection with a number of political events held across the United States” and Rihanna wants it to end. The letter goes on to state that Rihanna has not given Trump consent to use any of her music, so using it “is therefore improper.”
A Washington Post reporter tweeted at Rihanna Sunday after seeing the Trump rally.
Rihanna isn’t the first artist to warn Trump against using their music. Pharrell Williams, late Prince’s estate, Steven Tyler, and several other artists have banned Trump from playing their song at political rallies.