News 1 February 2016
Author: Marisa Lee

Adele is not impressed by Donald Trump using her music

Author Marisa Lee
1 February 2016

Adele has informed controversial presidential candidate Donald Trump that he doesn’t have permission to use her music at his campaign rallies after fans took to Twitter to complain.

The republican candidate who wants to build a wall between the USA and Mexico has frequently used “Rolling in the Deep” to pump up the atmosphere at his rallies.

He has also used “Skyfall” – “when it crumbles, we will stand tall, face it all together” – for after delivering speeches about America’s future.

Another tweeted, “Noooooo!! Not Adele!! Must Trump ruin that too?!”

“I think she’s cringing as much as we are… wish he would drown in the deep. The bigot,” wrote another.

Adele has finally shared her thoughts on the situation, with her spokesperson telling The Independent: “Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning.”

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has also ordered Trump to stop using his music at campaign events, this time his ballad “Dream On”, by having his attorneys send a two cease-and-desist letter to Trump’s campaign committee.

Adele: 1. Trump: 0.