In the ad, the 67-year-old Aerosmith rocker is presented with a portrait made entirely out of Skittles that he deems, “e-to-the-z oh tweetily dee-gusting!” It’s safe to say he doesn’t like the piece of art!
Steven then demands the portrait sing, pushing it to hit those insanely high notes from his hit “Dream On.”
According to TMZ, the 69-year-old presidential hopeful is being threatened legally by Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler for the use of the band’s hit song, “Dream On,” during campaign events.
This is reportedly the second time a cease and desist letter has been sent. Apparently, Steven is a registered Republican and recently attended the debate in Cleveland as Donald‘s special guest.
Steven‘s lawyer Dina LaPolt told the site that his “position has always been consistent regarding copyright and intellectual property. Simply, one must get permission from the music creators. Steven wrote 100% of ‘Dream On,’ and this is about the un-authorized use of his property.”
Model Doutzen Kroes and Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour were also seen attending the star-studded fashion show. Some fashion designers who took in the show, though are not pictured, include Tory Burch, Joseph Altuzarra, and Dean and Dan Caten.
“On a date with my daddy ❤️ @iamstevent on our way to the nyc Givenchy show @riccardotisci17 ❤️ so excited!!!! @givenchyofficial,” Liv captioned the below Instagram photo.
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