Only just a few hours after the Tree of Life synagogue capturing in Pittsburgh on Saturday (October 27), Donald Trump spoke at an Illinois rally and selected to play Pharrell’s mega-hit “Happy” through the occasion.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pharrell has issued a stop and desist letter to 45 to cease him from ever utilizing it once more.

“On the day of the mass homicide of 11 human beings by the hands of a deranged ‘nationalist,’ you performed his track ‘Happy’ to a crowd at a political occasion in Indiana,” legal professional Howard King wrote within the letter.

“There was nothing ‘blissful’ in regards to the tragedy inflicted upon our nation on Saturday and no permission was granted to your use of this track for this function.”

King defined Pharrell “has not and won’t grant Trump permission to publicly carry out or in any other case disseminate his music, and claims using ‘Happy’ with out his consent constitutes each copyright and trademark infringement.”

Pharrell joins Aerosmith, the Prince Estate, R.E.M. and Queen on the ever-growing checklist of musicians who’ve issued stop and desist letters to 45 for utilizing their music. 

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