'I do not support this' Calvin Harris lashes out at Tories after his song is used in party conference
Scottish DJ Calvin Harris has slammed the use of one of his songs at the Tory party conference.
The musician's smash hit This is What You Came For welcomed Theresa May to the stage in Manchester this week.
Harris was left unimpressed by the tone-deaf track choice, posting on Twitter that he had 'not approved' the song's use.
The Dumfries-born star wrote: "Conservative Party playing my song was not approved - I do not support nor condone happy songs being played at such a sad event."
The 2016 collaboration with Rihanna was co-written by Harris ' former girlfriend Taylor Swift and... read more
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