Donald Trump’s Daughter Just Tweeted a Fake Frank Ocean Quote.
It seems the talented Frank Ocean has the ability to inspire anyone. But a certain quote quickly turned into 'fake news' on Thanksgiving
Donald Trump’s Daughter, Tiffany Trump, posted a super inspirational quote from Frank Ocean on Instagram. However, there is not one record of Frank ever saying it.
On November 23rd, when most Americans were settling down for a Thanksgiving meal, Tiffany Trump wanted to share a video of her studies at Georgetown College. The 24 year old daughter of Donald Trump and Marla Maples is enrolled as a law student, and may need to start checking her references more thoroughly.
“Work hard in silence, let your success be your noise - Frank Ocean” she wrote on the post.
But it didn’t take long for many to discover that there is no actual evidence of Frank Ocean saying anything that resembles the moving quote. An ironic turn of events, as it can be now added to her dad’s long list of items deemed ‘Fake News’.
Work hard in silence, let your success be your noise - Frank Ocean https://t.co/tS1HRiLgfD
— Tiffany Ariana Trump (@TiffanyATrump) 23 November 2017
One user said “Lmao when did Frank ever say this??”, and things quickly turned political as another follower commented “Please discuss this with your father at Thanksgiving dinner. More work and more silence would be the most welcome change.”
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