Chances are that if you were anything between a tween and a teen in the 90s, you probably had a punk phase. The Offspring, Paramore, Green Day, and a bunch of other bands often frequented either your CD player or cutting edge 128mb mp3 player. Eventually the punk lifestyle would grab hold and everything from temporary tattoos to animesque hair colors fell under the 'punk' moniker for most parents, which includes Ivanka Trump's mother as told in the pages of her new memoir.
Ivanka wrote about it in her mother Ivana's new book Raising Trump and said that at one point she dyed her hair blue and was 'really into Nirvana.' The thing is, no one is really buying it.
She didn't provide any photos so folks had to use their imagination.
There was also a problem with her alleged punk obsession.
Alternative headline: Ivanka Trump doesn't know difference between punk and grunge— Lahav Harkov (@LahavHarkov) October 18, 2017
Every Cosmo girl knows a box of Clairol Nice n Easy can't remove blue hair dye! I call bullshit on Ivanka Trump and her fake 'punk phase'🤢— Olga V (@CapitalBossLady) October 17, 2017
It was pretty evident for people that actually did dye their hair blue and listen to Nirvana that Ivanka's punk rock phase was nothing more than a cheap attempt at trying to relate to millennials.
Clearly you can't relate to milleneals if you think blue hair and Nirvana are punk rock.— Treehuggerdale (@treehuggerdale) October 18, 2017
Smells like fake news.