​Rihanna is the most recent star speaking out about her music being played as a part of the soundtrack at Trump rallies, according to Complex.

On Sunday the singer responded to a Washington Post reporter’s tweet that delivered the news of how ​her music is being used. In her tweet, Rihanna showed obvious discontent with affiliation to Trump, insinuating that she did not know her music was being used at Trump events and would not allow it to continue in the future.

This comes only hours after Rihanna endorsed Tallahassee mayor and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum in the midterm elections. Rihanna urged both her Instagram and Twitter followers in Florida to support Gillum as well as Amendment 4, the Voting Restoration Amendment.

“The US has only had four black Governors in its entire history, and we can help make #AndrewGillum the next one and Florida’s first!” Rihanna wrote in an Instagram post.

Last week, Pharrell Williams also showed discontent about his song “Happy” being used at the President’s rally, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The song played at a rally that took place hours after the Tree of Life shooting in Pittsburgh. The singer’s lawyer, Howard King, sent the President a cease and desist letter about the use of the song.

In the past Steven Tyler, Prince’s estate, R.E.M., and Queen have also protested the use of their music at Trump’s events.