Rihanna is the latest musician to slam Donald Trump for using their music at one of his infamous self-congratulatory rallies.

After a Washington, D.C., journalist revealed on Twitter that the president had used the singer's 2008 dance-pop single "Don't Stop the Music" at a Chattanooga, Tenn., rally, Rihanna retweeted his post, warning, "Not for much longer."

"[Neither] me nor my people would ever be at or around one of those tragic rallies, so thanks for the heads up Philip," she continued, hinting at a potential cease and desist letter in Trump's future.

This isn't the first time—and probably won't be the last time—Rihanna has openly addressed Trump.

In September, the pop star criticized the president for his lack of urgency in responding the the crisis in Puerto Rico.

"Don't let your people die like this," she pleaded on Twitter.

Rihanna is also not the first artist to threaten legal action or confront Trump about using their music without permission at one of his rallies.

Last month, Pharrell threatened to sue Trump after the president played his song "Happy" at an event just hours after the deadly Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.

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