David Bowie’s son rages over Donald Trump playing his father’s music at the rally

David Bowie’s son has attacked former US President Donald Trump for using his late father’s music at a rally.

Duncan Jones, 51, is the British icon’s eldest son and joked that Trump was constantly using Bowie’s music just to annoy him.

Trump spoke to supporters at his home in Mar-A-Lago, Florida, just hours after his arraignment in Manhattan on Tuesday.

David Bowie and Donald Trump
MAIN IMAGE: Former U.S. President Donald Trump addresses reporters before his speech at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland March 4, 2023. Inset: David Bowie performing in Vancouver, Canada. on August 9, 1982. Bowie’s son slammed Trump for using his father’s music at a rally.
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He was arrested and charged in the New York courthouse with 34 felonies, including falsifying business records to allegedly pay hush money to adult film star Stormy Daniels and former playboy Model Karen McDougal during his 2016 presidential campaign.

The former president took the podium to Bowie’s famous song “Rebel, Rebel,” but Jones wasn’t happy about it and took to Twitter to complain.

“I’m pretty sure this f***** keeps using my dad’s music just to annoy me personally.
(Joke. I’m way under his radar.),” Jones tweeted.

This is an evolving message and will be updated.

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