The pop star, 30, made clear she’s not happy that Trump is playing her music at his political rallies and plans to put a stop to it.
On Sunday, Washington Post White House Bureau Chief Philip Rucker tweeted that the singer’s music was being played at a Trump rally in Tennessee.
“It’s been said a million times, but here’s a million and one — Trump’s rallies are unlike anything else in politics,” he wrote. “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. Everyone’s loving it.
Rihanna responded to Rucker’s tweet, writing, “Not for much longer…me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up philip!”
Rihanna has made it clear she doesn’t agree with the president or his politics. Shortly before replying to Rucker’s tweet, she took to Instagram to remind her fans in Florida to head to the polls on Tuesday, urging them to vote for Democrat Andrew Gillum for governor and to vote yes on Amendment 4, which seeks to restore voting rights for ex-cons.
Pharrell Williams, Adele and Neil Young, are among the more than a dozen musical artists who don’t want their music associated with Trump.