“We’ll really miss him!”: Former President Donald Trump paid tribute Friday to American rocker Meat Loaf, who died at the age of 74 and appeared on his reality show.
Dedicated to his vocal and theatrical features in the 1970s, Meat Loaf – meaning his stage name “Meat Loaf” in reference to his majestic production – became a worldwide hit in 1977 with his album “Bat Out of Hell”.
In 2011, she went to 1970s rock star Donald Trump’s then – hosted reality show “The Celebrity Apprentice”.
“Meat loaf is a great person,” the former president said in a statement. “He’s intelligent, talented, open and warm.”
However, their friendship waned when the Republican billionaire asked Meat Loaf about his chances of becoming president in 2016 and expressed doubts about the idea.
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