Fans of The White Stripes have been hoping for a reunion for quite some time now. Even though it didn't seem likely to happen anytime soon, it's finally happened. Unfortunately, this reunion isn't exactly for creative purposes. Instead, Jack and Meg White have reunited to express their disapproval of Donald Trump.
This mini reunion of the two comes in the form of a joint statement, regarding the "illegal use" of their 2003 single "Seven Nation Army" in a recent campaign video by Donald Trump. In a statement released through Jack White's imprint Third Man Records, The White Stripes expressed that the both of them are "disgusted by this association" and have "nothing whatsoever to do with this video." Unlike Diddy, Jack and Meg White want nothing to do with Trump and want to make sure everyone knows that.
Watch the referenced video below.