Clay Aiken Says Confederate Statues Should Be Removed

Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter

Clay Aiken weighed in on the future of Confederate statues, saying they should be moved off public land and into museums.

“I think we can’t forget history, but I think they belong in a museum,” the former North Carolina congressional candidate told Mediaite Wednesday. “Germany doesn’t put up statues to its Nazi dead.” (RELATED: Clay Aiken Attacks Trump On Twitter Following Terror Attack)

Clay Aiken (Photo by Jeffrey A. Camarati/Getty Images)

Clay Aiken (Photo by Jeffrey A. Camarati/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, Aiken joined the growing crowd of celebrities who labeled President Donald Trump “racist” for his remarks at a press conference about the violence in Charlottesville where the president put the blame on both sides.

“Remember all those times I defended @realDonaldTrump and believed he was not actually racist? Well… I am a f*****g dumbass. #imsorry,” the 38-year-old singer tweeted.


Several celebrities have blasted the president on Twitter included Rosie O’Donnell, George Takei, J.K. Rowling, and Chelsea Handler.