You will not believe the controversy that currently involves Donald Trump with David Bowie

Duncan Jonesthe son of David Bowie has harshly criticized donald trump for using his father’s music at his political rallies.

The former US president recently announced his third candidacy for the White Houseand that was when Joneswho is an outspoken critic of Trump, has expressed frustration at hearing his father’s music played at Trump rallies.

The 51-year-old film director, who previously tried to block Trump from using his father’s records, including his hit single ‘Heroes’, said: “I’m pretty sure he’s just doing that to annoy me now.”

However, Duncan also admitted that he is practically powerless to do anything about it.

He said on Twitter: “I’ve been told there’s little we can do about it.”

Donald Trump could return to Twitter

Donald Trump’s other controversy: his return to Twitter

Meanwhile the problem with the songs occurs, Elon Musk has put to a public vote the possible return of Trump’s Twitter.

The 51-year-old businessman recently acquired the microblogging platform in a deal $44 billionand now revealed that the former president of the US. could return to Twitter, after it was suspended in 2021.

About the voting buttons, Elon wrote: “Reinstate Former President Trump”.

The head of Tesla He followed up his initial tweet with a Latin expression that translates as “The voice of the people is the voice of God.”

Elon later added: “Trump poll got ~1 million votes an hour!”

The billionaire recently approved the decision to reactivate the accounts of Twitter of Kathy Griffin and Jordan Peterson.

However, he stated at the time that the “Trump’s decision has yet to be made”.

Trump, 76, was suspended from the platform in January 2021, after the attack on the Capitol building in Washington.

The microblogging platform explained that the account was being suspended due to the “risk of further incitement to violence.”

Twitter said in a statement: “After a thorough review of recent tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context surrounding them, specifically how they are received and interpreted on and off Twitter, we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence.”