A spokesperson for Adele confirmed to the IndependentMonday that the pop star did not give GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump permission to use her music during campaign rallies.
Trump has been using Adele's hit "Rolling in the Deep" as well as her James Bond theme "Skyfall" during campaign events before the businessman takes stage, the Independent reports.
Even though Trump is a big Adele fan (he attended her New York City concert last year), fans have been vocal about the Donald using the singer's tunes.
I wonder if @Adele knows that Donald Trump is using her music to promote racism and bigotry.— Kevin Plantz (@KevinPlantz) January 20, 2016
The Independent reports that some fans wondered if the Trump campaign was paying Adele to use her music. Apparently that isn't the case as a spokesperson said she has not given Trump permission, or any presidential candidate, to use her tunes.
"Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," they told the newspaper.
Republican rival Mike Huckabee was also inspired by Adele's music, posting a cover of her hit single "Hello" on Twitter and YouTube. His version, however, featured lyrics about the Iowa caucus and of the other GOP presidential candidates. The Independent reports the audio has been scrubbed from the vid due to a claim from the copyright holder of the song.