The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Aaron Carter

Posted by Edward Ernest | Feb 20, 2017 | Real News, The Unbalanced Being of the Day | 0 |

The Unbalanced Being of the Day | Aaron Carter

You know if you’re hearing about Aaron Carter, it isn’t probably good news. According to reports the 29-year-old singer, known for his 2000s hits such as “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq,” was performing at the Looney Bin in Bradley, Illinois, Friday evening when a fellow musician from the band Ill State allegedly attacked Carter.

So why was he attacked? He uttered a racist comment of course. Actually, according to Carter, he believes his comment of ‘Hey Felipe’ was taken out of context and that the hispanic person didn’t understand the play on the popular term ‘Hey Felicia’.

Unfortunately for Carter, once this hit social media he found himself on the receiving end of many unkind words. After replying to many threats and tweets regarding the incident on the social media site, Carter got fed up and said “I can only explain myself so much.”

The singer, who recently released his Love EP, also shared that his scheduled show for Saturday night in Illinois was cancelled due to “unforeseen circumstances.”

Oh Aaron…..Sorry, bud. And that’s why he’s The Unbalanced Being of the Day.

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