By Daniel Welsh
, who were upset that he had played ‘Purple Rain’ at a rally, requesting that he “cease all use immediately”.
Former R.E.M. singer Michael Stipe issued a statement telling the former businessman to “go fuck himself”, making it clear he did not support his political ideologies, after discovering ‘It’s The End Of The World As We Know It’ had soundtracked one of the events.
Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, meanwhile, sent Trump his own cease and desist letter earlier this year, when he became concerned that the President’s use of his music to rouse crowds at his rallies might make them believe that he supports or endorses what he stands for.