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Having already been admonished by R.E.M., Adele, and even Aerosmith for using their music at his rallies, it seems Donald Trump—or rather, whomever organizes his events—has turned to House Of Pain’s “Jump Around” as a rallying cry for his supporters. It’s not currently known how well the ’90s hit is playing with Trump fans, but one person who’s definitely not in line with its use is Erik Francis Schrody a.k.a Everlast, or the guy who’s got props from the kids on the Hill (plus his mom and his pops). The musician blasted Trump on Twitter for reportedly playing “Jump Around” at his rallies, threatening the GOP candidate with a cease and desist letter, as well as a new coif.

Hey @realDonaldTrump stop using my song jump around at your rallies you piece of shit. Cease and desist is coming you scumbag.

— Mr. Whitefolks (@OGEverlast) April 5, 2016

Hey @realDonaldTrump I’ll smack the fucking combover off of your disgusting moronic scalp you P.OS. #fuckdonaldtrump

— Mr. Whitefolks (@OGEverlast) April 5, 2016

Everlast made it clear that his denunciation of Trump wasn’t inspired by being part of the Hillary Clinton contingent, nor is the rapper feeling the Bern—he’s just really opposed to Trump, whom he describes as a “racist, lying dipshit of a candidate.”

the real fucked up part is this election is the realist example of the lesser of evils. I have no endorsement of any candidate. Still #FDT

— Mr. Whitefolks (@OGEverlast) April 5, 2016

Trump hasn’t responded to any of Everlast’s tweets, presumably because he has the small matter of the Wisconsin primary to attend to today, for which he’s already secured the all-important Chachi endorsement.

[via Entertainment Weekly]