Aaron Carter has a lot of love for Michael Jackson and absolutely none for “Leaving Neverland” accuser Wade Robson.

The “I Want Candy” singer opened up about his relationship with Michael Jackson in an interview with TMZ. During the interview, he threatened Robson.

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“I might be a pop singer, but I’m also from the f**king south,” he warned. “You f**king come at me on some sour s**t. You’re lucky I have something to lose now because I would punch you in your face. I would. And then maybe I would ask you, ‘hey, are you telling the truth?’ But I’d punch you in your face first because what you’re doing is you’re stomping on someone’s grave…”

Carter’s outburst was in response to a Twitter account, alleging to be Robson, tweeting at him. Robson’s attorney since told TMZ the account is fake and Robson has been the victim of “several fraudulent postings and hackings” since “Leaving Neverland” aired.

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In the interview, Carter also opened up about his close friendship with the deceased “Beat It” singer. “I was about 15-years-old and I remember him just sitting down with me,” Carter said. “I really idolized Michael… I hung out with Michael Jackson, I stayed in his house, I stayed at his house, I stayed in his bedroom.”

The accusations of sexual abuse levied by Robson and James Safechuck in “Leaving Neverland” has sparked renewed interest and debate regarding Jackson’s involvement with young children.