Aaron Carter Will Shoot Back

June 10, 2017 / Posted by:

Face of Meth Aaron Carter isn’t worried about terrorists attacking his show today during the L.A. Pride parade. Why, you ask? Because he’s packing heat, and I don’t mean his particular brand of gaunt sexuality!

TMZ reported on a video interview someone did with Aaron in which he revealed that he’s ready to shoot back if someone pulls something. He might have been alluding to the Manchester bombing at the Ariana Grande concert. I’ll tread carefully here with the jokes but, unless a terrorist asking “who?” can cause bodily harm, I think he’s all set.

“I’m not backing down. I will literally pull out my guns. Like no, like real lead. Like I’m talking about real metals. I will pull out my guns and shoot you if you try to come at me with stuff like that. Like, you don’t do that kind of stuff. I live in America and I’m allowed to have guns. Do that. Because retaliation will happen, do you know what I mean? Like – back off! People are trying to spread love. I don’t know where this stuff’s coming from – it’s crazy.”

So, all of you L.A. Pride attendees can rest easy today knowing that Aaron’s concealing a lethal weapon somewhere in all of that acid-washed denim. Aaron is very vocal about spreading the love. Enjoy the video of his rambling words, below.

Perhaps this is a concentrated effort to swing the optics pendulum back from his Trump-waffling and alleged tendency to use racial slurs during fights in clubs? Hopefully he doesn’t have to pull his piece. Nothing distracts more from trying to watch go-go boys clap their asscheeks on floats than gunfire emitting from the second stage in the alley behind Quiznos. Does Aaron have a secret holster for his weaponry made out of denim? The mind boggles.


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