Pharrell Williams sent a legal warning to Donald Trump after the singer’s “Happy” was played at the president’s political event in Indiana Saturday. A call was held a few hours after Pittsburgh’s synagogue shot.
“On Mass Day Murder of 11 People in the Hands of a Fake Nationalist,” You played his song “Happy” to a crowd at a political event in Indiana, “Williams lawyer Howard King wrote to Trump in the end via The Hollywood Reporter ).
“It was no lucky” about the tragedy allegedly on our country on Saturday and no permission was granted for your use of this song for this purpose. “
The copyright continued,” Pharrell Williams Pharrell does not have, and will not give you permission to publicly perform or otherwise transmit or distribute any of his music. ” Washington Post reported the” Happy “copyright. Sunday that “Happy” was played on the Indiana rally in support of Rep Mike Bost.
Williams is the latest artist threatening legal action against Trump if the president continued to play his music at his home interview: Earlier this month, Prince Property Trump asked to stop using Purple Rain at the rally while Steven Tyler issued a residence permit in August after Trumps rally that sent Aerosmith’s “Livin” on the Edge. “