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- "Saturday Night Live" cast members appeared as the Village People on the "Weekend Update" portion of the show to tell Donald Trump to stop playing their song "YMCA" at his rallies.
- "YMCA" has been played at many of Trump's campaign rallies where he has been seen dancing to the song.
- "SNL" cast members replaced the chorus "YMCA" with "Cease and Desist" to tell the president to stop using their music.
- In June, Village People singer and co-founder Victor Willis told Trump to stop playing the band's songs at his campaign rallies.
"" cast members appeared as '70s disco group the Village People to tell Donald Trump to stop playing their song "YMCA" at his rallies.
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The "SNL" Village Peopleon the "Weekend Update" portion of the show, which stars co-anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che.
"SNL" cast members dressed up as the five iconic Village People characters: soldier, construction worker, biker, cowboy, and cop.
They used the instrumental music of "YMCA," but sang new lyrics, replacing the "Y-M-C-A" chorus with "Cease-and-Desist."
"Stop it/Yeah, I'm talking to you/I said, stop it/This is long overdue/'Cause we never/said that we support you/You. Must. Pay. To. Use. Our. Songs," the cast sang.
They also sang about Alan Dershowitz, a Harvard professor who's represented Trump, and late financier and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.
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Their lyrics also mentioned Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump.
"I promise you will we shave Ivanka's head" they sang, adding "I promise you she will look like Jean-Luc Picard," a captain from "Star Trek."
Trumpto "YMCA" at many of his campaign rallies.
He was most recently seen dancing to the song at rallies in Des Moines, Iowas on October 14; Phoenix, Arizona on October 19; Tuscon, Arizona on October 19; and Erie, Pennsylvania on October 21.
In June, Village People singer and co-founder Victor Willis told Trump to stop playing "YMCA" and "Macho Man" at his campaign rallies.
In a, Willis wrote that he disagreed with Trump's use of force to clear peaceful protestors so he could take a photo in front of St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, DC, on June 1.
"Don't do it Mr. President! And I ask that you no longer use any of my music at your rallies especially "Y.M.C.A." and "Macho Man." Sorry, but I can no longer look the other way," Willis wrote.
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The Village People aren't the only artists who have asked Trump to stop playing their music at his rallies.
In June, The Rolling StonesTrump's campaign for using their songs at rallies and events.
In July,he was "not OK" with his music being played at Trump's Independence Day event at Mount Rushmore.
In August, the estate of late Canadian singer Leonard Cohenafter Cohen's song "Hallelujah" was played after Trump's acceptance speech for the Republican nomination.
And in mid-October, John Fogerty said he wasto the Trump campaign to stop his music from being played at the president's events.
Representatives for the Village People did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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