After donald trump announce his reappointment to the United States presidencyand of what Elon Musk reinstate his Twitter account, the controversial celebrity has been making news in recent days, however, to this controversy is now added the David Bowie’s very own sonwho would be criticizing him for using his father’s music for his campaign.
Heroes: Duncan Jones, David Bowie’s son, launches against Donald Trump for using his father’s song for his presidential campaign
Duncan Jones, son of Angie and David Bowie, shared his frustration with the former president of the North American country. This for playing the music of the late artist at campaign events.
It should be remembered that last week, Donald Trump said that he will run for president of the United States again. in 2024. Announcement he gave in the Mar-a-Lago hotel in the state of Florida. Where the music coming out of the stage was Heroes by David Bowie.
Also, the track had been used previously during his first run for the White House in 2016.
After Twitter users highlighted the use of track to Duncan Jones, he responded as follows. “We’ve been through this before. He used the same track 6 years ago. I’ve been told that there’s little we can do about it.”
In another response, the film director also added the following. “I’m pretty sure that He only does it to drive me crazy.”
In announcing his third run for the White House, Donald Trump had the following to say. “Those who watch are the heart and soul of this incredible movement in world history. America’s return start right now.”
His presidential candidacy comes after he some Republicans will blame him for the party’s lackluster performance in the midterm elections. And the advisers of the also businessman supposedly lor urged to delay the announcement of his 2024 candidacy.
Donald Trump recently was reinstated on Twitter after Elon Musk made a online survey asking if it should be allowed for the former president to return to the platform. Previously He was fired in January of last year. after assault on United States Capitol.