Aaron Carter Crashes His Car, High Drama Ensues

September 6, 2017 / Posted by:

People say we’re in a golden age of television. But there are few narratives out there on the airwaves today that can reach the heights of drama that can be found on Aaron Carter’s Twitter timeline. Yesterday’s installment of The Aaron Carter Show was particularly riveting: there was intrigue, blood, broken glass, and a cry for help. It’s not HBO, It’s Aaron Carter’s social media.

UsWeekly says it all started with this post:

Then, chaos.

Aaron Carter is thankful to be alive after getting into a car accident on Tuesday, September 5. The 29-year-old revealed on Twitter that he was involved in a crash. “Life is really so precious, I just got into a terrible accident and completely totaled my BMW M4,” he tweeted. “TBH this shit hurts my arms hurt my legs hurt all my airbags went off I broke my nose this is fucked up.”

Wow, wow, wow, such high drama! To be honest, when I read about his laundry list of aches and pains, all I could think about was Khia singing “My Neck, My Back,” but that’s because I am a terrible person. Aaron’s accident sounds really scary! This is not a joking matter, you guys. He was really injured (emotionally)!

A source tells Entertainment Tonight that Aaron might be exaggerating just a bit about his injuries:

A source close to the singer tells ET that Carter did not break his nose, contrary to his tweet. “Police were called to the scene and drove Aaron home and his car was towed,” the source added, noting that it’s unclear if Carter’s BMW is a complete loss or not.

Not to be deterred from receiving his due sympathy, Aaron replied to Aaron the only way Aaron understands: with prayer hands.

What a roller coaster ride! Fans were worried! Was Aaron OK?

Thank. God. This is such a great show. But the penultimate episode really sucked:

Do we really have to? If this show turns into an Aaron Carter musical extravaganza, I’m canceling my subscription. Thankfully, things picked up again in the season finale.

Aaron really put us through the ringer yesterday! I’m looking forward to next season of The Aaron Carter Show where he stubs his toe on the coffee table.

Pic: Twitter

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