If Steven Tyler is worried about his image or his music, then it would be a shame if we shared this to everyone we know! Steven Tyler has sent President Donald Trump multiple cease and desist letters to stop playing his music at rallies. The problem is that if Trump paid for the rights to play the songs, then technically Trump might not have to bow down to Steven Tyler’s demands. It seems like Tyler doesn’t want his music played or represented during political functions. It seems like he’s worried about his image and being connected to Trump. All of that might have just gotten him a lot more publicity than he thought was possible at this stage in his career.
Twitter users weren’t loving Tyler’s reaction to Trump playing “Livin’ on the Edge” at his West Virginia rally. Here’s how social media erupted into a ball of hilarious posts. People are expressing that they are #DONEWithAerosmith.
Oh Brother, you've clearly forgotten where you came from dude and now I'll have to delete the photo we have together in NoHo at @NigelBeauty. ALL CAPS TO MATCH YOU #DONEWITHAEROSMITH https://t.co/S1lNJxgIqA
— Kelly Robertson MUA (@celebritylips) August 24, 2018
— Russian Troll (@Christi78047548) August 23, 2018
#Donewithaerosmith He should be so lucky to have his song played at a POTUS rally!
— Sandra Manning (@SandraManning16) August 24, 2018
Don't kid yourself Steven, it's definitely political! If I wasn't #DONEWithAerosmith, I'd suggest all of us patriots synchronized playing "Living on the Edge" at our next rally I prefer Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, or any band that doesn't squeal like a lil b××ch! #TrumpTrain #POTUS45 https://t.co/hOB1WGhqZu
— 👉In The End We Win👈🤘 (@Carolin17951107) August 23, 2018
And well he should. I had forgotten about his dalliances with a 14 year old when he was in his late 20's. He's a pedophile and a lot of other's who didn't know are finding out about his sordid past. He should have kept his over sized mouth shut. #DONEWithAerosmith
— MisterB (@MisterB76428978) August 23, 2018
He has the body of chewed gum.
— Deplorable Curtis (@netstarman) August 23, 2018
That’s too bad Steven, just think of of all the records you could have had played that all these people at trumps rally would have paid for, not anymore, you made the wrong decision.
— Troy Stegall (@stagg55) August 24, 2018
— SD Ellis (@ellis4mom) August 23, 2018
#DONEWithAerosmith hey @IamStevenT guess its safe to say you hate @realDonaldTrump now bc he’s a republican. Telling your republicans dans to f-off is a huge mistake. #LooneyLiberals pic.twitter.com/FoEZcJhAnL
— Bobbie Johnson (@brwneyesnbama) August 24, 2018
— siciliangal (@siciliancnq) August 24, 2018
I've deleted Aerosmith from my playlists and in fact blocked them on my Pandora and Spotify accounts., no more for me #DoneWithAerosmith
— Da Boss (@boneheaddoctor) August 24, 2018
#DoneWithAerosmith stevie should have kept his whale shark mouth shut and should have given his attorney something more important to do.
— Terri Pogue (@TerriPogue6) August 24, 2018
STEVEN TYLER?…. DUDE LOOKS AND ACTS LIKE AN OLD LADY…. #DONEWithAerosmith
— Jean Howe (@JeanHowe8) August 24, 2018
Burning all my Aerosmith albums today. #DoneWithAerosmith Copyright protection is one thing, but when a person purchases an album, you think I don't have the right to play it wherever and whenever I want? What's the point of me buying it in the first place then?
— Rick Dugan (@HisRoyalDoognes) August 24, 2018
I was going to plan a Vegas trip for this but #DONEWithAerosmith
— Jldove (@jldove) August 23, 2018
— Karl E McF (@kem451_) August 23, 2018