Rumors that Donald Trump Jr. and former Danity Kane singer Aubrey O'Day had an affair have been exacerbated by the revelation that their fling may have been immortalized in the form of a five-year-old song.

"DJT," the lead track off O'Day's 2013 debut solo album, Between Two Evils, not only shares the initials of Trump Jr.'s name, but the lyrics point to a doomed relationship. (The emotional aftermath of a heartbreaking affair, perhaps?)

On "DJT," O'Day sings:

You can say it was all a f---ing fairy tale
Or you can say it was real
But I need to know and you know
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

She also seems to refer to Trump Jr.'s "other life" (i.e. his family with his soon-to-be ex-wife, Vanessa), singing, "You wanna, you wanna 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?"

Was O'Day and Trump Jr.'s infidelity hiding in plain sight all along?

On Monday (March 19), shortly after it was announced that Trump Jr.'s wife, Vanessa, had filed for a divorce after thirteen years of marriage, ran a story claiming that O'Day and Trump Jr. began a secret relationship after the pop singer appeared on Celebrity Apprentice in 2012.

On election day in 2016, O'Day reportedly tweeted (and deleted) a post that read, "My story I didn't tell is worth millions now," leading many to believe that she was, at the time, referring to Trump Jr.

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