Aaron Carter has made clarifications on his non-committal statement that Michael Jackson had done something “inappropriate” to him when he was younger – and apparently, it wasn’t sexual.
Taking to Twitter the singer said,
“Everyone having my back I appreciate you,” he wrote.
“My reasoning for even speaking on this subject is to tell my truth, be real and to also have his back based on my experiences with Michael. He was an amazing guy, I stand by that. So I ask u not to turn this into something it isn’t.”
In response to a question he wrote, “In my opinion, it WAS a Little inappropriate what’s the problem with that? What I achieved? I’m not trying to achieve anything except telling my story to validate he didn’t f—ing do anything sexual! Are you all this stupid? Honestly?”
During an interview in a new show, Marriage Bootcamp, Reality Stars Family Edition Aaron Carter revealed that Michael Jackson did do something inappropriate with him. After the show’s filming, he said that the counselling in the show had helped him work out some of his feelings towards the late, now disgraced singer.
Aaron said, “Michael was a really good guy, as far as I know, He never did anything that was inappropriate except for one time. There was one thing that he did that was a little bit inappropriate.”
He continued, “I in no way shape or form accused him of being a child molester,” he added, writing another tweet, “I’m sorry but where in the definition ‘inappropriate’ does it mention sexual misconduct?”
“My story VALIDATES in MY OPINION that Michael didn’t do anything sexual to others,” the singer continued.
Aaron finished by writing, “I’m not worried. Just had to set everyone straight and I’m not done either.”
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