It sounds like Aaron Carter kinda sorta wishes he hadn’t said all that stuff about being bisexual. Because according to Hollywood Life, he said on their podcast that he definitely wants to get married and have kids and as everybody knows, you need a lady to do that with! Like duh, Aaron totally knows how babby is formed.
Last time we checked in on Aaron, he seemed like he was getting busy living that growth life. Because like any good drug, attention feels fucking amazing if you’re raised on its teet. Aaron shared every step of his “journey” with us. Last August, Aaron dug deep and announced to the world that he’s bisexual, something he said he had been keeping bottled up inside since he was 13. Then in December, he said he had “embraced his bisexuality” and announced he was open to the idea of dating men. But now, as Hollywood Life reports, Aaron’s not so sure how the whole being bi thing got blown out of proportion.
After being asked if he ever had a relationship with a man or if he’d be open to it, he revealed, “Yeah, no. It was more so just a story that happened when I was like 17 with somebody, and I can find men and women attractive, but when it comes down to it, I think it was a little misconstrued. I see myself being with a woman and having kids. I want to have a family.”
Mmm kay. It’s not like he can use the “taken out of context” argument because he came bursting out of the closet under his own steam on Instagram (post since deleted) but whatever. Aaron went on to reiterate that it was just a story:
In our podcast interview, Aaron elaborated on his wish to start a family with woman, adding, “I keep telling people that. I don’t want it to be misconstrued too much just because I was open about a story.”
I mean, I get what he’s saying, but he did quote Boy George in his coming out message and later went on the LGBTQ&A podcast in an episode titled “Aaron Carter: Embracing My Bisexuality.” But, again, whatever. You do you, Aaron, and congratulations on being straight, because it’s not like gay or bi men (like Ricky Martin, Neil Patrick Harris, Matt Bomer, etc..) can start a family.