By Sonshine Wiley
Aerosmith is known for many things, but being supporters of Donald Trump is not one of them.
Recently, the groups Leader, Steven Tyler, had his lawyer send a “Cease & Desist” letter to the president for his use of the groups music during his rallies. Tyler fears that people will think that by trump using his music, he is in direct support of the president which is not the case.
This is actually the second time the group has had to have their music removed from Trump. The first time was on his campaign trail when the song “Dream On” was used to pump up the crowd as he entered the stage. The performance rights were revoked as an initial step during that time. However, since that did not deter trump from continuing to use other songs from the band, the “Cease & Desist” was put in motion and delivered.
Tyler, among many other celebrities, has made a hard stance in opposition to the current president. This sends a clear message, and stands out as an American citizen speaking up for their thoughts on what’s right for our nation.