A 2013 song from former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O'Day is resurfacing for quite an unexpected reason.
After various tabloids, including Page Six and Us Weekly reported Monday that O'Day had an affair with Donald Trump Jr. while competing on Season 6 of “Celebrity Apprentice” in 2011, people started paying attention to the breakup track from her 2013 album “Between Two Evils.”
The lyrics to “DJT” depict the painful end of a relationship marked by lies and betrayal, featuring the chorus "I hate me for, I hate me for, hate you for letting our love die," and a spoken word section that O'Day begins by saying, "You can say it was all a (expletive) fairytale / Or you can say it was real / But I need to know and you know."
Trump's wife, Vanessa, filed papers last week seeking an uncontested divorce in Manhattan Supreme Court.
“After 12 years of marriage, we have decided to go our separate ways,” they said in a joint statement to multiple media outlets Thursday. “We will always have tremendous respect for each other and our families. We have five beautiful children together and they remain our top priority. We ask for your privacy during this time.”
O'Day rose to fame in 2005 after appearing on MTV's “Making the Band,” winning a spot in the girl group Danity Kane. The group released two albums in the mid-2000s before O'Day was fired from the group in 2008, with Danity Kane eventually disbanding in 2009 and again in 2014.
In the years after, O'Day became a reality show staple, appearing on “Celebrity Big Brother” and “Famously Single,” in addition to “Celebrity Apprentice,” which Donald Trump hosted and Donald Trump Jr. worked on as a consultant.
Many social media users became convinced that Trump Jr. was the subject of “DJT,” starting with the title that features his initials.
Naturally, some Stormy Daniels jokes also made it into the mix.