Adele tells Trump to stop using her music

Adele has told Donald Trump to stop using her music at his Presidential rallies.

Trump has been continuously playing her music at his campaign rallies without permission, and now the singer and her fans have demanded he stop.

The American Presidential hopeful regularly blasts out ‘Rolling In The Deep’ before his speeches, particularly  provoking emotion with its “we could have had it all” refrain .

Of course, fans of the 25 singer have reacted angrily, as he has been using Adele’s music without asking the star herself if he is actually allowed to.

“Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning,” confirmed a spokesman for the singer.

Trump has also been playing Adele’s James Bond theme ‘Skyfall’ at his rallies.

The 69-year-old Republican is a big fan of the British singer-songwriter, and went to see her at her special Radio City Hall concert in New York City back in November.

He annoyed fans there, too, by skipping the queue and walking straight into the venue.

Meanwhile,  Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has ordered Donald Trump to stop using the band’s classic track ‘Dream On’.

Trump ignored the request, so Tyler’s attorneys were forced to send a second cease-and-desist letter.

It stated that Trump does “not have our client’s permission to use ‘Dream On'” or any of Tyler’s other songs, and that it “gives the false impression that he is connected with or endorses Mr Trump’s presidential bid”.