The Tom Petty’s family expressed cease and desists at Trump Campaign after a song was played at the Tulsa rally.
On Saturday, June 20, President Donald Trump held a rally in which he played a song called ‘I Won’t back down” that was performed according to the Petty’s family.
In a statement issued on twitter, Saturday Evening, the rocker’s family expressed their grieve and desisted to President Donald Trump after the song was used in his rally, and he said the went from the line.
Tom Petty’s song “I won’t back Down was used in one of Trump’s Rally in Tulsa. Ok”, Read the statements. “Trump was in no way to be authorized to use this song as it has left many Americans and Americans behind.
He also said that the” ‘Stand Against The racism and discrimination.” and said that the musicians would never want his song to be used to promote the campaign of hate.;
“Tom wrote this song for the underdog, for the common man, and EVERYONE. We want to make it clear that we believe everyone is free to vote like they like, but the Petty family doesn’t stand for this,” the statement read. “We believe in America, and we believe in democracy. But Donald Trump is not representing noble ideals of either. We would hate for fans marginalized by this administration to think we were complicit in this usage. Concurrently, we have issued a cease and desist notice to the Trump campaign.”
This note was signed by his wife and her daughter Adria and Annakim.
Petty died in October of 2017 due to an accidental drug overdose.
Many artists have expressed their grief and condemned the prestige use of their music at rallies and events of Donald Trump.
The Trump rally came under fire when authorities said the rally is said to be the hotspot for the Covid-19 virus, and the rally should be postponed. Many media outlets highly criticized Trump for being Reckless and foolish.