Singer Jon Bon Jovi is speaking out for the first time since it was reported President Donald Trump tried to block him from buying the Buffalo Bills in 2014.

Singer Jon Bon Jovi is speaking out for the first time since it was reported President Donald Trump tried to block him from buying the Buffalo Bills in 2014.

In an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, the rock star said his failed attempt at buying the Bills left him "brokenhearted."

A PR consultant for the Bills told News10NBC back in November that Trump did call for a grassroots fan campaign to keep Bon Jovi from buying the team.

There were rumors the rocker wanted to move the team to Canada. This is what Bon Jovi had to say about the rumors, calling Trump an "evil genius"

"It's genius what he did because he was taking out a serious candidate to buy the team and then hope that he can get it at a bargain price," Bon Jovi said. "We were as real as real got and I'm brokenhearted because I would have loved it... what we would have done in Western New York and people don't realize I was going to get a house there."

In the end, the team was bought by Terry and Kim Pegula.