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Aubrey O'Day Song 'DJT' Could Definitely Be About Alleged Affair With Trump Jr.

Aubrey O'Day Song 'DJT' Could Definitely Be About Alleged Affair With Trump Jr.
2 months ago

On March 15th of this year, Vanessa Trump announced that she and Donald Trump Jr. had separated and she had filed for divorce after thirteen years of marriage. The two have five children together. Immediately, rumors began about the cause of the divorce. Then, on March 19th, US Weekly reported that one of the causes was an alleged affair with singer and former Danity Kane band member, Aubrey O'Day. The pair met in 2011 during the filming of season five of Celebrity Apprentice.

According to the US Weekly...

"'Things started up with Aubrey and Don Jr. toward the end of the taping,' a source close to O’Day tells Us Weekly. According to multiple sources, the former Danity Kane band member and Trump’s affair began at the end of 2011 and continued until March 2012."

They went on to say...

"'When it started, they were very serious all of a sudden,' a source close to O’Day tells Us. “He told her it was over with his wife, that they were separated and he didn’t love her — all of that stuff … Aubrey fell for him hard. She thought they were going to be together for real."

Well, now, people are beginning to see a certain O'Day song in a new light. In 2013, she released a song called DJT about a love affair that went up in smoke. Notice, DJT are Donald Trump Jr.'s initials.

Lyrics such as these make us wonder if these words came out of Trump Jr.'s mouth...

"I don't know, I could... I couldn't do what I said I would do
So that answered the question for me
I'll always want you and always wonder about it
But it doesn't matter because I have to stay here"

Many took notice of a pattern in the Trump family...

Others had harsh words for the song...

This man praised her for contributing to the salvation of democracy...

And some couldn't understand why she would want to be with Donald Trump Jr....

We are truly living in a reality show.

H/T: Mashable, Twitter, US Weekly