When we think of Donald Trump, we don't typically think "man who sobs himself to sleep while listening to Adele on repeat." But apparently, the super normal and totally tolerant presidential hopeful loves the British singer's music so much that he's been playing her hits at political rallies. Pshhhh, what now?
Fans alerted Adele to Trump's fan-boying when "Rolling in the Deep" was played after Sarah Palin's endorsement, and let's just say there was a general feeling of "NOPE."
Donald #Trump is playing @Adele music at his rallies. Surely she is disgusted?! Can't she remove the rights from him?January 28, 2016
they used ritd at a donald trump rally im offended on Adele's behalfJanuary 28, 2016
The chanteuse quickly put a stop to Trump with the following statement: "Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning."
Seems like Adele is banning all politicians from using her music, but let's be real: Trump was just served the PR equivalent of shade.
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