Sasse: Someone subscribed me to Nickleback emails as a prank

Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) said Friday that he was pranked with email subscriptions for one of his least favorite bands: Nickelback

Sasse Tweeted to scold the anonymous pranksters, who he claimed signed up his personal and work email accounts to receive promotional information for the band.

The Republican lawmaker was not amused by the prank and has expressed his distaste for the band in the past.

"To whoever just subscribed my email accts (family, work, obsolete) to multiple @Nickelback promotional & fan newsletters: It's. Not. Funny," Sasse tweeted Friday afternoon.

Sasse has a long history of hating the band, which recently made a Rolling Stone readers' poll for the top 10 worst bands of the 1990s.

Twitter users quickly responded with more Nickelback memes and jokes for the Nebraska senator.

Sasse has knack for social media gold. In May, he appeared in a viral photo with Sens. Charles SchumerCharles (Chuck) Ellis SchumerGOP lawmaker: Dems not standing for Trump is 'un-American' Trump called for unity — he didn’t even last a week Overnight Defense: GOP plays hardball by attaching defense funding to CR | US reportedly drawing down in Iraq | Russia, US meet arms treaty deadline | Why the military wants 6B from Congress MORE (D-N.Y.) and Tom CottonThomas (Tom) Bryant CottonThis week: Trump delivers State of the Union amid immigration fight Ingraham: White House yanked immigration plan defense from show After shutdown surrender, why should progressives ever trust Chuck Schumer again? MORE (R-Ark.), which sparked a caption contest on Twitter.

The result? You guessed it: More Nickelback memes.