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On Monday, Us Weekly and gossip blogger Perez Hilton both broke the news that Donald Trump Jr. reportedly had an affair with singer Aubrey O’Day in late 2011, when she was a contestant on Season 5 of Celebrity Apprentice.

Trump’s wife, Vanessa Haydon, filed for divorce last Thursday.

Trump allegedly started his affair with O’Day around the same time that his wife was pregnant with their third child, Tristan. According to Us Weekly, Trump called off the affair in March 2012, after Haydon discovered emails between him and O’Day. (Neither Trump nor O’Day would comment when Page Six asked them about the allegations.)

O’Day gained fame after appearing on Diddy’s mid-aughts reality show Making the Band, where she was cast into the girl group Danity Kane.

In unrelated news, O’Day led off her 2013 EP Between Two Evils with a spoken-word song titled “DJT.” Hmm!

The song is a conversation between O’Day and an unidentified male (which, for the record, sounds much less annoying than Trump’s actual voice) about their torrid relationship. There’s already a Genius page to annotate the song.

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“You can say it was all a fucking fairytale,” O’Day tells her love interest at the beginning of the song. “Or you can say it was real. But I need to know, and you know.”

The conversation continues:

O’Day: Whatever the truth is defines the reality of you and I forever. And I need to be able to define that before I can walk away.

Male voice: I thought it was forever at the time, but maybe I was lying to myself.

O’Day: Is that what you want? You want to believe that everything with me was a lie? A fantasy? And you want to go back and live in the life that you had—have—forever?

Male voice: I don’t know, 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.

O’Day: What made you stop believing in our world?

Male voice: You know, I think probably the loss of the other world. I’m torn between two worlds, both of which I wanted.

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The song then cuts to O’Day singing the refrain: “I hate me for loving you, hate you for letting our love die.”

The song ends with O’Day demanding that the man tell her he loves her, so that she can let him go.

O’Day: Tell me you love me. I need you to do that.

Male voice: No, you don’t.

O’Day: Yeah I do. I need to know it before I walk away.

Male voice: No, that’s exactly what’s stopping you from walking away.

O’Day: No it wouldn’t, that’s exactly what would help me walk away.

Male voice: You know everything anyway. You’re the only one who ever knew my heart.

O’Day: I have to move on, I need your help. I can’t believe that this was all a lie. You have to tell me you love me.

Male voice: I don’t. You’re a fuckin’ pain in my ass.

O’Day: Tell me you love me and I won’t talk to you anymore. I’ll leave you alone.

Male voice: Look, it doesn’t matter, it can’t matter. The truth will only kill us both.

O’Day: You have to say it once to yourself and to me and then I’ll go.

Male voice: I love you. Talk to you later.

O’Day (to the listener): But later never came.

Take from this song what you will. Perhaps it’s not about Trump at all. Perhaps “DJT” stands for “Dialogue Jam Time.” Who can say!

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As O’Day tells us, “Whatever the truth is defines the reality of you and I forever.” Truer words were never spoke-sung.