Yoko Ono has shared a very in-character response to Donald Trump’s election win.
The avant-garde artist and musician shared her visceral response to the billionaire businessman’s unexpected victory over Hillary Clinton on Twitter earlier this evening.
“Dear Friends,” she wrote. “I would like to share this message with you as my response to @realDonaldTrump. Love, yoko.”
Listen below – but make sure your volume isn’t turned up too high first.
— Yoko Ono (@yokoono) November 11, 2016
Meanwhile, one musician announced earlier today that he has decided to change his stage name because it sounded too similar to Donald Trump.
The world of music has largely responded in shock and horror to Trump’s victory in the election on Tuesday (November 8).
Lady Gaga took to the streets outside Trump Tower in New York City in protest after it emerged that the former Apprentice star had defeated Hillary Clinton.
Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has said he “fully supports” the anti-Trump protests taking place in New York and other American cities.
Meanwhile, Robert De Niro has addressed previous comments he made about wanting to punch Trump in the face. “I can’t do that now. He’s the president and I have to respect that position,” he said during an interview on Jimmy Kimmel’s US chatshow.
Parks And Recreation favourite Leslie Knope has even written an open letter to Americans in a bid to help them better understand Trump’s victory.