American rapper, Everlast took to social media to indicate his displeasure over Republican presidential frontrunner, Donald Trump’s use of his song, “Jump Around” at rallies.
Everlast, whose real name is Erik Schrody, took to Trump’s favorite medium, Twitter, to lash out at the candidate’s defenders.
In a series of social media posts late Monday, Everlast said that his lawyers had informed Trump that he does not have the right to play the 1992 hit by the rapper’s former band House of Pain.
He wrote on Instagram in one of his less profane statements, “I would love to meet you and smack that comb-over right off your scalp.”
Also, British superstar, Adele has asked Trump not to use her music, although she made a more polite request, saying that she has not given permission to any candidate.