Aaron Carter’s upcoming Grindr profile:
“Don’t judge a book by its cover. Had a really bad stomach flu. Mr. Right is good, Mr. Right Now is better. If you’re into 90s tween pop, I’m your star. Welcome to my party. Get it? LOL HMU”
Aaron, fresh out of a return to rehab is ready for the D!
Well, more like he “doesn’t have a problem” with dating men. But the question is – do the men have a problem dating him? Probably not. He’s got a new lease on life and there’s probably some mini-mall lurker queen out there lookin’ for some not-so-fresh former chicken. Aaron was on the LGBTQ&A podcast this week (via Queerty) and spoke on his bisexuality. He pleads confused.
“I definitely embrace my bisexuality and, you know, it’s still new to me. I just started talking about it, really. I have my confusions and I’m still learning about the community.
Everyone has their “confusions” about their queerness in the beginning, Aaron. For instance, it turns out that “PNP” does not stand for “Penis N’ Project Runway.” One shows up ready for some fooling around and then watching Nina Garcia shade student designers but this guy expected me to have a cartel’s worth of drugs on my person! Gross!
Aaron seems to think it will probably happen with dudes, especially since it sounds like he’s planned an entire concept album around it.
Who knows what the future has to bring, whether it’s a relationship with a guy, I don’t have a problem with that. It’s something that I’ve already thought about for the album after this one. It’s already been thought through.”
An Aaron Carter concept album about dating guys for the first time should be more anticipated than that basic Beyonce’s next offering. Can you imagine a whole series of videos ala’ Trapped In The Closet? Videos for songs like “Growlr Is For Fats,” “Pitchin N’ Catchin’,” “How Do I Explain That I Got That One Tattoo On My Peen Because I Was Strung Out On Meth?,” and “Aaron’s Whole New Kind Of Party.” Sure, the videos will be shot on a 2009 iPhone 3GS purchased from a Florida swap meet but the gritty quality will only lend authenticity to Aaron’s musical and visual journey of self-acceptance.