According to his Instagram account, former teen pop star Aaron Carter is ‘living his best life.’
In a recent social media post, Carter posted a selfie featuring his new face tattoo, telling his 448k followers in all capital letters (which means he really means it), “IM THE BIGGEST THING IN MUSIC RIGHT NOW. I CANT BE DENIED. FACT CHECK ME. #unstoppable #LMG #SilenceBreaker”
In another post, the 31-year-old gave a shoutout to LGBTQ people saying, “Everyone should feel comfortable being their true selves. No mater if you’re Bi Sexual, Gay, transgender, or straight. We should all start leading by example way more including myself.”
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I MaDe This TraCk and Edited And Re-Rendered The VISUaLS MySelF 😈 I MaDe ThiS TraCk bECaUse EveRyOne ShOuLd Feel CoMFoRtable Being their TrUe Selves. No mater if you’re Bi Sexual, Gay, Transgender, or straight. We ShOuld All StaRt LeaDiNG By ExamPle way MoRe INCLUDING MYSELF- I Titled ThiS TraCk 𝒜𝓃𝓎𝓉𝒽𝒾𝓃𝑔” The LiNk iS in My BIO – RemEmBer You Can Be ANYTHING YoU ChOoSe To bE it’s YØUR LIFE!!! #AcArmy #AaronCarter Fuck everyone Who doubted Me iM LiVing ProOf ThaT You CAN Get bAck What You’ve Lost And have ReSPeCt FoR What You HaVe NOw! http://bit.ly/AnythingxKidCarter #MusicProducer #Artist #Anything 😈 #NewMusicAlert
Carter announced in 2017 that he was bisexual in the run-up to the release of his album, LØVË. He later recanted the admission but has flip-flopped on the issue several times since.
Earlier this month, his older brother – Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter – shared on Twitter that he and his sister had filed a restraining order against Aaron due to alleged threats to Nick’s pregnant wife and unborn child.
— Nick Carter (@nickcarter) September 17, 2019
That prompted the younger Carter to declare he and his brother were “done for life” as he went on a lengthy Twitter rant.
And then this past weekend, Aaron debuted his new tattoo as well as tweeted a message to his fans saying he’s “doing just fine.”
I’m doing just fine. I ask you to respect me & leave me alone. I already have to move and I don’t need to be under scrutiny with every decision I make. I will take the necessary precautions to protect myself, and when I move no one will know where I live! #MissingMyMom right now.
— Aaroncarter (@aaroncarter) September 28, 2019
In fact, the former House of Carter celeb maintains that he’s living his best life right now.
Some folks on social media have wondered if all of this might be an effort to ramp up interest in Aaron’s upcoming participation in the reality TV series, Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition slated to premiere October 11 on WeTV.
What do you think, readers? Is Aaron acting out for publicity, or is this the authentic Aaron?