Aaron Carter is no longer voting for Donald Trump because he was bullied when he said he supported him.
About a month ago, the 28-year-old singer — whose brother Nick was a member of the Backstreet Boys — said he was voting for the Republican front-runner because “he’s a leader, not follower.” (RELATED: This Pop Star Just Revealed The Republican He’s Supporting For President)
Now Internet bullies have changed Carter’s mind.
After one of Carter’s fans tweeted at him and said, “U voting for trump but I still love u,” Carter wrote back that he no longer was.
“I honestly don’t think I will at this point,” Carter wrote. “I’ve been bullied so badly because of it I don’t even want to vote now.” (RELATED: Aaron Carter: Donald Trump Is ‘A Leader, Not A Follower)
I honestly don’t think I will at this point. I’ve been bullied so badly because of it I don’t even want to vote now https://t.co/Xsx1bdSROy
— (Fools Gold) 4-1-16 (@aaroncarter) March 20, 2016
[dcquiz] During an interview with GQ in early March, Carter said he supported Trump, but didn’t agree with all of his platforms.
“I don’t agree with banning gay marriage,” he said. “It’s outlandish, because he has supported the gay community before. And building a wall is totally outrageous.”
“He is a leader, not a follower, and he’s proven that by humbling the other campaigns. I think in regards to him becoming president, well, the electoral college will be the decider.” (RELATED: George Clooney Just Slammed Donald Trump Without Even Mentioning His Name)