“The fact that Mr. Trump also fans the flames of hatred, racism, and fear while rewriting ancient history, is even more reason to be troubled by his use of my song.”
Cease and Desist
According to a guest, “It hasn’t been tested on this strain of the coronavirus, but it’s been tested on another strain of the coronavirus and has been able to eliminate it within 12 hours.”
Following his recent ban from GN’R shows, Rick Dunsford has been issued a cease-and-desist letter.
The singer has asked a judge to place an injunction to prevent her father from using the “Fenty” name.
Trump played Rihanna’s song “Don’t Stop the Music” at a campaign rally over the weekend.
The frontman adds his band to a long list of artists who hate the Commander in Chief.
The Prince Estate may be notoriously litigious, but we’re totally on board with this one.
Ocean is apparently unhappy with how is vocals were altered on the song.
Aerosmith’s 1993 hit was most recently played at a Trump rally in West Virginia.
The band suggests right-wing UK politician Nigel Farage troll President Trump instead.
“Respect to @olivegarden for no longer selling AR-15s at all their locations,” tweeted the Twitter parody account.