Ossy Osbourne is one of the latest celebrities banning Trump from playing any of his songs for political purposes.
His wife and TV personality Sharon Osbourne made this very clear when she took to Twitter in the early hours of Friday morning to let the president know that his campaign is "forbidden from using Ozzy's music in political ads".
But she didn't stop there, suggesting that if the Trump campaign really wanted music, they should use Kanye West's "Gold Digger", Kid Rock's "I Am the Bullgod" or Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold" instead. Savage.
Osbourne wrote her tweet in response to a video posted on Trump's twitter which depicts edited footage of the Democratic primary debate with Osbournes' track "Crazy Train" playing in the background.
The Osbourne family joins celebrities like Rihanna, Neil Young and Pharrell Williams, who have all asked Trump to not use their songs for campaigning purposes.