Jacob Mendez
Jacob Mendez

Sinead O’Connor’s heirs outraged. They appeal to Donald Trump

The camp primaries are underway in the United States Republican Party. The former president is the favorite to fight for the presidency Donald Trump. The controversial businessman won another state, this time New Hampshire, and he remained the last major candidate Nikki Haley.

During Donald Trump’s rallies in Maryland and North Carolina last week, his staff used the song Sinead O’Connor “Nothing Compares 2 U”

This situation did not please the family of the deceased singer, who, together with her label, did not like it Chrysalis Records issued a statement demanding that Trump stop using the song.

“As we know, Sinead O’Connor has been guided by a moral code throughout her life, defined by honesty, justice and decency towards others. We are therefore outraged that Donald Trump uses her iconic song during his political rallies,” we read in a statement sent Variety.

“It is no exaggeration to say that Sinead would feel embarrassed, hurt and offended if her work were used in this way and misinterpreted by someone she called ‘the devil of the Bible.’ As guardians of her legacy, we demand that Donald Trump and his associates immediately they stopped using her music,” we read.

Let us recall that this year, the musician also asked Trump to stop using social media Johnny Marr With The Smiths. The group’s song “Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want” was played at the South Dakota rally.

“So yeah… I wouldn’t have expected in a million years that a situation like this would happen. You’d better consider getting rid of this s**t immediately,” he wrote on social media.

Sinead O’Connor died on July 26, 2023. Unexpected information about the premature death of the 56-year-old singer (listen!) surprised her relatives and fans. More than half a year after the star’s death, official information about its causes appeared.

According to the Daily Mail, experts investigating O’Connor’s death did not consider it “suspicious”. A spokesman for the coroner confirmed to the newspaper that the Irish singer died of natural causes. “Accordingly, the coroner has ceased to engage in investigating its causes,” said a representative of Southwark Coroners Court.