Adele has told GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump to stop using her songs at his campaign rallies.
Fans alerted the singer on Twitter that her music was being used by Trump as warm-up music.
Trump has been using 'Rolling In The Deep' and 'Skyfall' to get his message across, but Adele isn't having it.
The refrain 'we could've had it all' from 'Rolling In The Deep' and the verse 'when it crumbles, we will stand tall, face it all together' seem to be the message Trump is trying to get across.
Ironically, 'Rolling In The Deep' also carries the line 'you're gonna wish you never had met me'.
Trump, who is an Adele fan, attended her concert last Radio City Music Hall concert last November much to the chagrin of her fans.
Allegedly he 'cut the line' to get to his seat, while attending the exclusive performance.
'Donald Trump just pulled up to the Adele concert and everybody booed,' Matt Bellassai wrote on Twitter.
'Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning,' a spokesman for the singer told The Independent.
Adele isn't the first singer to tell Trump to stop using her music.
Aerosmith lead man Steven Tyler had his lawyers send Trump's campaign committee a cease-and-desist letter to get him to stop using the band's hit 'Dream On'.
The letter said that Trump does 'not have our client's permission to use Dream On' or any of Tyler's other songs and that it 'gives the false impression that he is connected with or endorses Mr Trump's presidential bid'.
REM front man Michael Stipe also objected to Trump using the band's song 'It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)'.
Adele has stayed silent on politics since saying she was a 'Labour girl', the UK's left-leaning party, in 2011