Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler sent Donald Trump a second cease-and-desist letter on October 11 regarding the Republican presidential candidate’s use of Dream On at his campaign stops.
According to the letter, Tyler fears that Trump’s use of the song “gives the false impression that [Tyler] is connected with or endorses Mr. Trump’s presidential bid.”
People on Twitter have applauded Tyler for his resistance. One wrote, “Way to go! Its YOUR Music not Trumps!” Another added, “Rock on Steven Tyler!”
Steven Tyler demands Donald Trump stop playing "Dream On" at his events. Good idea. His hair might ignite when people wave their lighters.— Warren Holstein (@WarrenHolstein) October 12, 2015
Steven Tyler is demanding that Donald Trump stop playing Dream On at campaign stops. A more appropriate Aerosmith tune would be Rag Doll.— Jeremy Levy (@jewgravy) October 12, 2015