Adele has been forced to issue a statement regarding the use of her music at rallies during the presidential election process in the States this week.
Most notably, Donald Trump has been using the 2011 smash hit Rolling in the Deep before coming out on stage during rallies in Iowa.
Many people were infuriated by the use of her music for a political campaign and not least it seems, the British songstress herself.
"Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," a spokesperson for the singer has said in a statement.
The businessman-come-politician has also used Adele's James Bond theme song Skyfall during previous speeches he has made.
And he is not the only candidate to use the 27-year-old's music. Another republican potential, Mike Huckabee, also released a parody of Hello on YouTube last week.
Attorney's for Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler have also sent letters to the Donald Trump camp asking them to "cease and desist" from using the band's song Dream On for his campaign.
"[Mr. Trump] not have our client's permission to use Dream On," said the letters.
"[It] gives the false impression that he is connected with or endorses Mr Trump's presidential bid."