Well, this is embarrassing.
So yesterday was Tiffany Trump’s 27th birthday and Ivanka Trump shared a tweet wishing her half-sister all the best on her special day along with a childhood photo of the two of them together.
“Happy birthday @tiffanytrump! Hope this year marks your best turn yet around the sun! Love you so much!” Ivanka wrote.
It was a kind gesture… except that she tagged the wrong Tiffany Trump. Also, um, what’s up with that picture?
— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) October 13, 2020
@tiffanytrump appears to be a bot account created in 2010 that has 717 followers. The realTiffany Trump’s Twitter handle is @TiffanyATrump and has roughly 800,000 followers.
People were quick to point out Ivanka’s error, as well as to question why on earth she shared a photo Tiffany crying as a child on her birthday…
How about this. Instead of saying it on Twitter and tagging an unused account, you, I don’t know, call her and tell her? Or did you forget her phone number?
— Fed Up (@fedupspeakout) October 13, 2020
um, that’s not your sister’s account.
— One of Many Beths (@BethLynch2020) October 14, 2020
Happy Birthday, here’s a picture of me smiling and you crying. Just so we’re clear.
— aston smith kitchen (@kitchendeziner) October 13, 2020
what a weird-ass post
— Erin GrudgePAC Ryan (@morninggloria) October 13, 2020
I reckon your birthday wishes don’t mean as much when you can’t even tag the right account
— Mark Gray (@rich29uk) October 13, 2020
You love her so much you posted this picture, on her birthday, of her crying and upset as a child? K.
— Not Followed By (@NotFollowedBy) October 13, 2020
— Kevin Weaver (@kpweaver27) October 14, 2020
You tagged someones completely different twitter account, thats so fetch
— Stefan Urquelle (@OfficeofSteve) October 13, 2020
You love her so much, you don’t know how to tag her in a Twitter post. Sad
— Sara Jane (@SaraJaneMaki) October 13, 2020
Even on her birthday, you’ve still got to make it about you.
— Law Dog (@texaslawdog101) October 13, 2020
Ivanka never bothered fixing the tweet, although we doubt Tiffany cared. She’s been too busy getting sh*t faced with her friends down in Florida and ignoring advice from public health officials.
This week, #ByeTiffany became the #2 hashtag on Twitter after she was spotted partying with a huge group of friends at a sushi restaurant in Miami before going out to a dance club and getting even more wasted. And, of course, nobody was wearing masks or social distancing.
For my 27th birthday (July) I stayed home – facetimed family and friends and asked if they were holding up alright…
For Tiffany’s 27th birthday she said “fuck masks I need sushi with the squad. If I get sick daddy will just buy me that regeneron thing” https://t.co/98KF4b00RJ
— Captain Jordy (@J_Mei21) October 13, 2020
#ByeTiffany….no 60th. No granddaughter. No party. No presents. Here’s to better days.
— Vincent Apostolis (@ithreephoto) October 15, 2020
My co-worker died of COVID in March. We could not go to his funeral. His family buried him. #ByeTiffany
— Meidas Eric (@MeidasEric) October 15, 2020
For my 27th birthday, as a single mother of one child (at the time), I spent my birthday working for a company that I would later find out was using people who needed cancer medicine in order to scam insurance companies. Man Tiffany your 27th bday was worse than mine#ByeTiffany
— FullofHope (@hope_fullof) October 15, 2020
We couldn’t be at my MIL’s funeral, my mom hasn’t seen her grandkids in almost a year, my son missed walking at his grad school graduation & my daughter will miss her undergrad yet she’s out celebrating. We need to be done with this disgusting family #ByeTiffany #TrumpCrimeFamily
— RidingTheBlueWave (@RidingBlueWave) October 15, 2020
19 days until the election, folks.