UK Post-Punk Group Targets Ivanka Trump on New EP: ‘Daddy Wants Me...

UK Post-Punk Group Targets Ivanka Trump on New EP: ‘Daddy Wants Me in His Room’

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Gang of Four, a post-punk group from the United Kingdom, released a song from its album “Complicit” called “Ivanka (Things You Can't Have),” which targets President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump.

According to the New York Daily News, the song references Ivanka's interview with CBS' Gayle King and says, “I don't know what it means to be complicit.”

Other lyrics include, “I saw how hard Daddy worked for his money. Daddy loves women and he believes in family.”

The song also references adult film actress Stormy Daniels' claim that President Trump told her she reminded him of Ivanka during their affair.

“In the morning Daddy wants me in his room, it's where we get together,” the song says. “It's not true that Daddy calls my name in stormy weather.”

The cover of “Complicit” features Ivanka standing at a microphone with American flags in the background. “Complicit” is also spelled out in parentheses in Russian at the bottom of the cover.

New Gang of Four EP - ‘Complicit’ out on 20th April

During an interview with Pitchfork, singer Andy Gill said the “media” can be anything from social media to misinformation and “the criminality of certain American politicians.”

“And then there is the receding traditional media with disappearing jobs like 'journalists' and 'fact checkers.' That's the media the Trump family despise,” he said.

“Complicit” drops Friday, April 20, but the song about Ivanka is able to be streamed through Spotify and Apple Music right now.