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Trump Jr.’s Divorce Due To Affair With Danity Kane’s Aubry O’Day?



Following the recent announcement of his divorce from his wife Vanessa, Donald Trump jr. is making a different kind of news cycle, as music about an alleged affair surfaces.  Back in 2013 former reality star and Danity Kane group member Aubry O’Day released a track called “DJT”, which provides a thinly veiled title alluding to an apparent affair with an unnamed man.  According to a recent report from the New York Post, “DJT” is referencing an alleged real life affair with Donald Trump Jr. in 2011. The NY Post claims that this all went down when the “Show Stopper” singer was a contestant on President Trump’s then NBC reality show Celebrity Apprentice, but the relationship was  reportedly halted at the request of President Trump.  O’Day’s season of Celebrity Apprentice aired in 2012, and her corresponding “DJT” was released a year later.  You can hear the track in question above. seems to be cooberating these claims. An unnamed source from Celebrity Apprentice familiar with Trump Jr. and O’Day’s  situation said told People that that Trump Jr. was in the shower when his phone stated recieving “sexy texts”  from O’Day.

“This is how Vanessa found out and the affair ended,” says the source familiar with the situation 

“To Don Jr. [the affair] was very exciting,” the insider adds. “Aubrey was very, very into Don. He liked her but she was definitely more keen on him.”

On election night in November 2016, O’Day tweeted that “my story I didn’t tell is worth millions now.”

Aubry first rose to fame as a cast member of Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Making The Band franchise for MTV.  Her time with Making The Band 3 and Making The Band 4   lasted between 2004-2009.  While signed to Combs’ Bad Boy Entertainment in conjunction with his MTV show, O’Day’s group Danity Kane released 2 platinum albums.  Their flagship single ‘Damaged” went platinum individually, as a top 10 smash on multiple Billboard Hot 100.



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