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BMI sends cease and desist on behalf of Rihanna to Trump campaign

By Reuters
11 November 2018   |   10:04 am
BMI sends cease and desist on behalf of Rihanna to Trump campaign. Rihanna’s music can no longer be used without her permission. The company’s letter to Trump's campaign comes directly after Rihanna sent one of her own.

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