Just Incase You’re Having Trouble Keeping Up With Aaron Carter

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Teen heartthrob, Aaron Carter has sent global media into a whirlwind since coming out bisexual. There have been numerous articles, public appearances and mixed reports about the I Want Candy singer.

Carter came out bisexual in a twitter post on August 6, there admitted that his ‘first experience with a man was at 17’ but he knew of his bisexuality from the young age of 12.

From what DNA can piece together after that, the Carter-saga is all over the place.

August 7 Carter and then-girlfriend, Madison Parker, break up on “amicable” terms according to a rep for the couple.

August 8 Carter breaks down emotionally after he was embraced by the crowd in a gay bar near Florida.

In an interview with The Bert Show on August 9 Carter hint that the relationship ended because Parker didn’t understand his bisexuality.

“I had discussed it with my ex-girlfriend, and she didn’t really understand it and she didn’t want [to]. And that was it! So we left it mutual and parted ways.”


August 13 in a chat to TMZ Carter shares his man-crush:

“If I could ask one male celebrity out on a date it would actually be Tom Hardy. But I think he’s already taken.”

August 17 Carter posts an absilcious pic to twitter! Announcing he’ll be heading to Los Angeles to finish filming for ”The Doctors”

August 18 Carter brags about oral sex while on a date with fellow pop star Porcelain Black.

On the same day, he also reveals that he’s not really interested in men, that he only had the one experience with a guy when he was 17 and that he’s only from now “pursuing relationships with women”.

Talking with TMZ he explained:

“I’ve been hearing a lot of negativity too… like prejudice and slurs, and remarks that I don’t deserve. I want to pursue a relationship with a woman. When it comes down to it, really, I had an experience when I was 17 with a guy, but now as an almost 30-year-old man, I’m going to be pursuing relationships with women.”

We think that helps connect all the dots!

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