Pharrell Williams has three new reasons to be "happy."
Pharrell Williams is not "happy" that President Donald Trump used his song.
The 45-year-old singer sent an injunction letter to Trump after the president hit a political event in the mid-west of the Midwest on Saturday, just hours after the arrival of nearly a dozen people, Williams' hit " Happy "
" On the day of the mass murder of 11 people in the hands of a deranged nationalist "they played his song" Happy "in front of a crowd at a political event in Indiana. Williams' lawyer, Howard King, wrote in the letter received from USA TODAY.
Williams & # 39; s attorney team noted that using the song was not only timely, but also a violation of copyright infringement
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"There was nothing" "about the tragedy inflicted on our country on Saturday, and no permission was given to use this song for this purpose" It said in the letter.
The letter made it clear that Williams "trumps it" does not allow his musical catalog in the future: "It is hereby demanded that you refrain from any further unauthorized use of the music of Pharrell Williams
This is not the first or second time Trump won the election of his political events.
In August, Aerosmith frontman Steven T Yler sent Trump a warrant for cessation after the commander-in-chief had played the hit "Livin 'on the Edge" at a rally in Charleston, West Virginia
"Mr. Trump gives the wrong impression that our client has given his consent to the use of his music, and even that he supports Mr. Trump's presidency, "said Tyler's attorney team in a letter received from USA TODAY.
REM, Prince's Estate and Queen are among the other artists who oppose the use of their music by the President.
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