Aaron Carter’s sudden demise has left everyone shocked. The singer had recently expressed the desire to help Kanye West. The Gold Digger singer has been a topic of discussion for everyone these last few weeks. Mostly for his notorious social media presence, which garnered backlash from celebrities as well as partner brands.
West has many fans in the music industry as well, who have expressed their desire to help him despite disagreeing with his viewpoints. Aaron Carter was one such artist. The 34-year-old rapper died under a mysterious on 5th November. But just a day before that, just a couple of days before that, he expressed his opinions.
What did Aaron Carter say about Kanye West?
Aaron Carter had a lot to say about Kanye West. The singer appeared on a podcast just days before his sudden demise. During the No Jumper podcast, the host touched on the topic of the Donda singer. To which Carter said, “I’ve been on the fence about Kanye for a minute,” while also adding that he would still do a song with Kanye, “I can give you an intellectual conversation about how you’re being stupid as f— like me.” The Aaron’s Party singer disagreed with Ye’s political stance and opinions, like most other celebrities.
Especially when West turned up at the Lakme Fashion week wearing a White Lives Matter t-shirt along with Candace Owens. Carter mentioned how the Black Lives Matter movement was made for people of color who have faced prejudice. Having worked with black artists, he understands their pain. So, naturally, he condemned the incident where the rapper compared himself to George Floyd.
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Meanwhile, Hilary Duff, who once dated Aaron Carter, wrote a heartfelt post about him, hoping for the best for his family. Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter was Aaron’s brother and is mourning over the loss as well. The singer was found dead in a bathtub with inhalants near him, but the cause of death is not confirmed yet. Kanye West is yet to comment on Carter’s opinions as well as his death.
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