The White Stripes continue to condemn Donald Trump by selling ‘Icky Trump’ t-shirts

Row started after presidential hopeful used 'Seven Nation Army' without permission

The White Stripes have hit out at Donald Trump again by selling ‘Icky Trump’ t-shirts online.

The red t-shirts, which are named after Jack and Meg White’s 2007 album ‘Icky Thump’, are currently on sale on Third Man Records‘ website.

The back of the t-shirt also features the following scathing lyrics from the song:


White Americans? What?
Nothing better to do?
Why don’t you kick yourself out?
You’re an immigrant, too?
Who’s using who?
What should we do?
Well, you can’t be a pimp
And a prostitute, too

You can view the t-shirt below. The pair reunited publicly earlier this week to condemn the Republican presidential candidate.

The band’s song ‘Seven Nation Army’ was used in a promotional video for Donald Trump, which led Jack and Meg to issue a rare joint statement.

Speaking in a statement issued through Third Man Records, the band said: “Regarding the use of ‘Seven Nation Army’ in a Donald Trump campaign video, The White Stripes would like to unequivocally state that they have nothing whatsoever to do with this video. They are disgusted by this association, and by the illegal use of their song.”

Other artists have also condemned the presidential hopeful; most recently, ex-Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters slammed him at a Mexico concert whilst Green Day changed their lyrics to ‘Holiday’ to slam ‘white supremacist’ Trump.


Alec Baldwin and Margot Robbie recently imitated Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump on ‘SNL’ during its season 42 premiere.

Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie hosted the long-running NBC variety show and impersonated Trump’s daughter Ivanka Trump for a Celebrity Family Feud comedy sketch which also starred Larry David as Bernie Sanders.