Listen: Aerosmith, Steven Tyler, Donald Trump discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"What the fuck Japan. That makes me wanna cry. Well, Kevin, you'll be happy to know according to the story that he got away. That's squid is already dead. Squid is dead. But it's so fresh that these salt in the soya sauce makes the nerve endings in muscles react. And so the squid actually dances even though it's dead, which I don't know if it's better or worse. Quite frankly. Squid dance. I don't know. Every part of that is fucking horrible. Man. I know I just don't want to eat it. I know that much that was dark. Right. See, thank God him vegan. That's right. This Email came from barb Kalisz stay Kalisz from San Francisco, California, a little piece of news this week that Steven Tyler of the band Aerosmith has reached out to the president asking that he stopped playing Aerosmith songs at his rallies. This is not the first time. Steven Tyler had a problem with Trump using his music during the election during the campaign in two thousand fifteen Trump would come out to dream on by Aerosmith, and so they sent. I don't know why. But they sent him a cease and desist letter for that song. Now he is coming out at his rallies to living on the edge by Aerosmith. What kind of message is these song sending? I can't dream on, I guess, is dream until your dreams come true. Maybe."