John Oliver

Ed Sheeran's song 'Small Bump' was used by Irish anti-abortion campaigners. He doesn't approve.

Ed Sheeran's song 'Small Bump' was used by Irish anti-abortion campaigners. He doesn't approve.

Pop singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has a message for antiabortion campaigners in Ireland: He doesn't approve of them using his song "Small Bump" to advocate for their cause.

The Grammy Award winner posted a statement to his Instagram story Friday saying he had been informed the song was being used to promote a "Pro-Life campaign."

"I feel like it's important to let you know I have not given approval for this use, and it does not reflect what the song is about," Sheeran wrote.

"Small Bump," which is from Sheeran's 2011 debut album "+", was reportedly being played by antiabortion activists campaigning in Dublin's city center,...

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