Axl Rose has accused the Trump campaign of using “loopholes” to play Guns N’ Roses music at rallies without the band’s permission.

Last night, Rose —who has actively expressed his disdain for Trump— went on a Twitter rampage, calling out the President for using his hit song “Sweet Child O’ Mine” without consent. Trump incorporated the Guns N’ Roses classic into a rally in West Virginia on Friday. Check out Rose’s rant below:

This isn’t the first instance of Trump using music without permission. He’s previously been hit with cease and desists’ from Prince’s estate, Pharrell and Steven Tyler.

Watch: Guns N’ Roses – Sweet Child O’ Mine

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