It's late. You're making your way over to your favorite place, only to see Washington Post White House Bureau Chief Philip Rucker tweeting about your music getting the crowd hyped at a Trump event, specifically the President's Sunday rally in Tennessee.
Everyone was loving it - except for Rihanna, apparently.
It's unclear if Rihanna planned to send Trump a cease-and-desist letter or what action she hoped to take against the president.
Earlier in the day, Rihanna endorsed Democratic candidate Andrew Gillum for governor of Florida.
Rihanna responded to the tweet to let people know that her music would not be played at a Trump rally again, and also described his rallies as "tragic".
R&B singer, diplomat, and icon Rihanna has caught wind of her songs being played at the president's political events, and she too wants no involvement.
Lawyers for the singer issued Mr Trump a cease and desist letter after he played the song at a political event in IN "on the day of the mass murder of 11 human bring at the hands of a deranged "nationalist".
The song was playing at the Future Farmers of America rally in IN on Saturday, the same day a synagogue was targeted in the worst anti-Semitic attack on American soil.