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Aerosmith Frontman Steven Tyler Just Sent a Cease-and-Desist to President Trump – and the Backlash Is Going To RUIN His Career!

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A beloved rock star triggered massive backlash on social media this week after he demanded that President Donald Trump stop playing his music at campaign rallies.

The hoopla started after word broke that Aerosmith’s classic song “Livin’ on the Edge” had been played at President Donald Trump’s rally Tuesday night at the Charleston Civic Center in West Virginia.

Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler’s legal team responded by submitting a cease-and-desist letter to the White House sternly warning of the legal ramifications if Trump keeps playing his music.


“By using ‘Livin’ On The Edge’ without our client’s permission, Mr. Trump is falsely implying that our client, once again, endorses his campaign and/or his presidency, as evidenced by actual confusion seen from the reactions of our client’s fans all over social media,” the letter read.

“What makes this violation even more egregious is that Mr. Trump’s use of our client’s music was previously shut down, not once, but two times, during his campaign for presidency in 2015,” Tyler’s legal team added, referring to previous alleged copyright violations.

Does he actually possess the right to stop Trump from playing his music at campaign rallies? Yes. After Trump’s election campaign played Aerosmith’s classic song “Dream On” at a rally in 2015, Tyler’s team reportedly sought to revoke the campaign’s public performance licenses.

“As such, we are unaware of any remaining public performance license still in existence which grants Mr. Trump the right use his music in connection with the Rallies or any other purpose.”

Meanwhile, Twitter is DESTROYING their albums, boycotting upcoming concerts, and generally turning their back on Aerosmith all together:

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