"Currently Rihanna's "Don't Stop the Music" is blaring in Chattanooga as aides toss free T-shirts into the crowd, like a ball game".
Rihanna responded to the tweet to let people know that her music would not be played at a Trump rally again, and also described his rallies as "tragic". "Everyone's loving it", Washington Post White House Bureau Chief Philip Rucker wrote.
Similarly, she posted to Instagram: "If you're exhausted of feeling like you don't matter in the political process, know the most important thing you can do in supporting a candidate is finding someone who will take on critical issues such as: making minimum wage a livable wage, paying teachers what their worth, ensuring criminal justice reform, making healthcare a right, and repealing Stand Your Ground".
Earlier she had tweeted urging Florida residents to turnout and back Andrew Gillium, the Democrat candidate, to be state governor.
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Others in the "Do not play my music at a Trump rally and/or event" club include Twisted Sister, Adele, Elton John, the Rolling Stones, Queen, George Harrison, Luciano Pavarotti, Steven Tyler, and the great purple one himself, Prince.
"Unfortunately the Trump campaign is using legal loopholes in the various venues' blanket performance licenses".