Backstreet Boys don’t want to be associated with Donald Trump
The Backstreet Boys are not happy with the choice of presidential candidate Donald Trump to music from the boy band to turn during his campagnebijeenkomst in Florida.
The band members heard for the first time about the use of their music, when the visitors of the event on social media noticed that their song I want It That Way multiple times it was played.
“We have not given permission and we do not want to be associated with the camp of Trump,’ the singers through their spokesman compared the Daily Beast.
The Backstreet Boys are not the first musicians who will object that their music is heard in the campaign of the Republican. Queen guitarist Brian May has made it clear that Trump is no permission had We Are The Champions to play during the convention.
Earlier this year, bapak Adele is the presidential candidate after he’s Rolling In The Deep had to play at a meeting. And The White Stripes wrote last week to be disgusted that their Seven Nation Army has been used in a video of Trump.