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Tiffany Trump's forgotten pop song will make America groan again

Tiffany Trump on Tuesday at the Republican National Convention; she didn't sing.

Tiffany Trump on Tuesday at the Republican National Convention; she didn't sing.

When Tiffany Trump spoke Tuesday at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, she attempted to humanize her father Donald, the sociopathically inclined billionaire with a 50/50 shot at becoming the next president of the United States. 

 

The 22-year-old Instagram star did not, however, treat the crowd to any electro-pop jams, though that arrow was apparently in her quiver. Turns out Tiffany, daughter of Donald and his second wife, Marla Maples, was once an aspiring pop singer, as evidenced by the recently resurfaced 2011 single "Like a Bird." 

On it, we hear Tiffany's Auto-Tune-drenched chirps above a tranced-out beat and acoustic guitar plucks. Rappers Sprite and Logic — it can't be THAT Logic, right? — even show up to rap about designer jeans. The song is currently flying high with 220,000-plus YouTube views, but the downvotes are dominating. 

Here's a lyrical sampling: "Feel like I started falling, crawling through the liquid love / You’re cute and you tweeted me / Baby you go 'beep beep beep." 

Dear god. 


“I love music, it’s always been very dear to me, it's a deep passion,” Tiffany once said during an Oprah segment. “It’s more of a hobby right now, but we’ll see in a couple years if I actually do want to take it to the next level.”

In lieu of pursuing Top 40 stardom, Tiffany smartly opted to earn a degree from the University of Pennsylvania, her dad's alma mater.