Aaron Carter has opened up about a stress-related malady that’s left him noticeably thinner in recent months, but that didn’t stop a big-mouthed “fan” from body-shaming him behind his back.
In a lengthy series of tweets, the singer revealed he had just checked himself into a hospital “just to get a little check up,” but first shredded a “bullying” woman he claims “body-shamed” him in public, admitting her words cut him deeply.
Back in April, Carter revealed via Twitter that his thin appearance was the result of a hiatial hernia, asking fans to be “kind to me.”
He added: “It’s a terrible stress condition that affects me having an appetite and I’m sorry this is the way I am. Basically I have an eating disorder.”
Kindness, however, wasn’t what he experienced during a recent encounter with “a so-called fan” that he candidly admitted left him feeling “entirely hurt” when the woman “said I look like I have cancer.”
Carter went on to blast the “fan” and her friend for “bullying me,” accusing them of “body shaming” him.
Carter continued to call the two out in several more tweets, sarcastically writing that he’s “sorry I’m not fat enough. For my fake fans.”
Carter followed up that volley of tweets by revealing he just checked himself into an emergency room, to “make sure I stay strong,” sharing photos of himself in the hospital.
When one of his Twitter followers responded to the tweets by admitting to have no knowledge of the eating disorder that was keeping him thin, Carter replied: “I do… that’s what people call me a meth head. And a heroine [sic] addict.
He then continued to slam the “bully” who he claims body-shamed him, insisting what she did is “against the law and defamation of character.”