Earlier this week, it was reported that Donald Trump Junior, the former boyfriend of Aubrey O’Day, was diagnosed with the coronavirus, Just Jared reported.
The former singer-songwriter has been talking about Don Junior for months, ever since they dated briefly while she was a contestant on Celebrity Apprentice back in the mid-2000s. When it was revealed that Don had tested positive, Aubrey said she got a lot of messages on her phone.
In fact, she received so many notifications that she thought someone had died. The reality star joked that her phone just got service again and when she saw all of the notifications, she thought someone in her family died.
Aubrey joked that it wasn’t much of a shock that Don Jr. got COVID-19. O’Day says Kimberly Guilfoyle, whom Don Junior is currently dating, kisses the “sweatiest girls” at “lap dance parties.”
This wouldn’t be the first time Aubrey has commented on her ex-boyfriend’s life. The reality star has always mocked Donald Junior, but it all intensified when his father, Donald Trump Senior, became the president of the United States of America.
Ms. O’Day previously spilled a lot of the dirt on his family, saying how Junior didn’t like his father at all and that Ivanka was secretly a lesbian. Aubrey also claimed Junior loves to take drugs and has a problem with substance abuse.
Followers of Aubrey know she and Trump Junior first met while on the set of Celebrity Apprentice in 2005. She was a contestant at the time, and it was right as Trump started to rise big in the entertainment industry, after years and years of being only tangentially associated with it.
In 2005, Trump Junior was still married to his wife, but it was later revealed that Trump junior and Aubrey had started seeing each other. Aubrey and Don Jr split up in March 2012 after seeing each other in late 2011.
As for the coronavirus, Donald Trump Senior also contracted COVID just a few weeks before the election began. Donald managed to get out on the campaign trail in the weeks leading up to the 2020 election, however, he wound up losing key battleground states.