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.

Trending: Mike Lindell’s NEW Free-Speech “Frank” Reaches ONE BILLION Views In Less Than 48 Hours!

https://twitter.com/SandraManning16/status/1033064865966030849

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