Aaron Carter moving to Canada, he thinks America is 'foul' and he dislikes Trump


Aaron Carter, former child star, is going through some problems. Right now, he's blaming the president for it.  The 31-year-old posted a photo of a house on social media platform Twitter. There, he claims that he's going to buy it. While it is fine to move, he's making a big fuss about it, blaming President Trump for making America bad for him. He also said he wants to escape both his personal issues and society's grim outlook towards him. 


While he deleted some of those tweets, he left some behind. Its disturbing, to say the least. 


To highlight some of his tweets, one that stands out is "I hope Canada welcomes me and doesn't treat me the way people do in America, it's really foul. I had to get out and I moved quick. Pun intended." Yes, Canada is the land of the nice but they don't really tolerate people who are going to disturb their peace. 

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Another deleted tweet is of him explaining that he needs to escape from President Trump. "Now I bought a home here, and I'm leaving all that bull____ behind in America. I honestly cannot stand my f_______ president and the way my fans treat me there F____ that S___." After all this time, he still had fans. Wow.


While it's okay that Aaron exercises his freedom of speech, he's been abusing it lately. Okay, marijuana use is now acceptable. His behavior though, not so much. Even his own brother Nick Carter, member of Backstreet Boys, had to get a restraining order against him. Though Nick fears for his brother's mental health, he also fears what Aaron can do to him and his family. 


His erratic behavior is now isolating him from the rest of his family and his disdain towards the media shows just how much he has changed.


He needs help, soon. Maybe Canada will give him that since he doesn't want his own motherland to do it. 

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