Why did Ivanka tag singer Meat Loaf in picture with Donald Trump? Internet says it's POTUS's 'secret service' name
Is 'Meatloaf' Donald Trump's secret service call sign? The Internet sure thinks so after Ivanka Trump's latest Twitter post
President Donald Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump are on their way to Georgia ahead of the crucial Senatorial runoff election. As soon as Ivanka shared the picture of the two on the Internet, people notice that she tagged singer Meat Loaf in the post and in no time, the Internet came up with some bizarre explanations for the singer being tagged in the post.
Ivanka posted, "Off to Georgia with Dad! Get out and VOTE Georgia!!!" and accidentally tagged Meat Loaf in the post.
Off to Georgia with Dad! Get out and VOTE Georgia!!! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/zm7Zk6l6wo— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) January 4, 2021
As soon as the Internet noticed this, one Internet user commented, "Meatloaf IS her dad!!" While one joked, "Okay but has anyone ever seen Trump and Meatloaf in the same room at the same time?"
Meatloaf IS her dad!!— Joan Walsh (@joanwalsh) January 5, 2021
Okay but has anyone ever seen Trump and Meatloaf in the same room at the same time?— Kathleen Smith (@KikkiPlanet) January 5, 2021
While some speculated, saying, "That's probably what the Secret Service call him behind his back, and she probably thinks it's his real call sign." While one made a bizarre theory and wrote, "The simplest answer is that @RealMeatLoaf is her real dad. Both Ivana and Meat Loaf were in NYC at the same time in October 1981..."
that's probably what the Secret Service call him behind his back, and she probably thinks it's his real call sign.— Possums are just AIDS in animal form (@SteveThreeP0) January 5, 2021
Calling it an "understandable error" another one wrote, "@IvankaTrump mistaking @realDonaldTrump for @RealMeatLoaf is an understandable error!" And another one said, "Ivanka tagged #MeatLoaf cause Trump is built like a meat loaf. Just 1 you would eat or listen to. Lol! #TrumpLoaf #Hahahahaha #Ivanka #GeorgiaVoters #BlueVote #TurnItBlue"
Another social media added his hilarious speculation, "Trump said "meatloaf", because he was ordering meatloaf for dinner on the DoorDash app and Ivanka thought he wanted her to add Meatloaf as a tag to the photo." Another one wrote, "Ivanka's auto correct obviously changed it to Meat Loaf. She clearly meant to use the hashtag #Meathead to describe her father."
Trump said "meatloaf", because he was ordering meatloaf for dinner on the DoorDash app and Ivanka thought he wanted her to add Meatloaf as a tag to the photo.— Sean Blair (@ElLocoGaijin) January 5, 2021
Ivanka's auto correct obviously changed it to Meat Loaf. She clearly meant to use the hashtag #Meathead to describe her father.— Dollar Bill (@DollarB81026290) January 5, 2021
Who is Meat Loaf?
Meat Loaf was born on September 27 1947 in Dallas, Texas and is 73-years-old. He was the only child of Wilma Artie, a school teacher, and Orvis Wesley Aday, a former police officer who went into business with his wife in selling cough medicine.
Meat Loaf's real name is Marvin Lee Aday, but contrary to popular belief, the singer has had the nickname since he was a child. Speaking to Oprah in 2016, Meat Loaf explained that he was "born bright red" and his father called him Meat because he looked like “nine and a half pounds of ground chuck.” The second part of his nickname came about when he was thirteen and accidentally stood on his sports coach's foot, causing him to say: “Get off my foot, you hunk of meatloaf!” - and the name stuck.
His 1977 album 'Bat Out of Hell' went platinum with singles like, 'Paradise by the Dashboard Light' and 'Two Out of Three Ain't Bad' becoming huge hits for the star. His 1993 hit 'I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)' from the album 'Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell' reached number one in 28 countries including the UK and USA.
Was the singer on the plane with POTUS and Ivanka? Who knows?
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