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The Prince estate wants no parts of Donald Trump and his antics. In a statement Prince’s estate requested that Trump and the White House to not play his music, especially after “Purple Rain” was used at a recent rally in Mississippi.
According to Page Six, “The Prince Estate has never given permission to President Trump or The White House to use Prince’s songs and have requested that they cease all use immediately,” reads the statement, which was shared on Twitter by the late pop icon’s former associate Jeremiah Freed, as well as Prince’s brother Omarr Baker.”
A lot of Prince fans were not happy after “Purple Rain” was played after a Trump rally in South Haven, Mississippi. Several artists have previously had an issue with Trump and his team using their music without permission at various events, including Adele, Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Queen and many more.
Trump or his team has not responded to the request, but he better STOP!
Source: Page Six
Written By: Fantasia Harvey