Aaron Carter Singer, rapper and brother of Backstreet Boys’ Nick dies aged 34
Aaron Carter Singer, rapper and brother Songster and rapper Aaron Carter has died at the age of 34.
He was the youngish brother of the Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter.
Website TMZ said Carter was found dead in his bath at his home in Lancaster, California, on Saturday morn. Representatives of his company verified his death, PA reported.
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” just now it’s a actually bad time, we are trying to figure out what happed and what the cause of it was,” they said.
” We are just as insecure as everyone and hope that fans can give reflections and prayers to his family.
TMZ also reported Los Angeles County police arrived at the scene at around 1100 original time( 1800 GMT) after entering a report of drowning.
Carter started his career opening for the Backstreet Boys on a number of tenures and musicales, and also had a successful solo career.
During the late 90s and early noughties he vended millions of carbon copies of his four albums, the first of which was when he was only nine years old.
His another album, Aaron’s Party( Come Get It), was released in 2000 and went off triple platinum.
It pointed the bachelors I Want Candy, Aaron’s Party( Come pick up It) and That is How I Beat Shaq. Following the album he again endorsed the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears’ on the Oops!. I Did It afresh tour.
As he grew older, Carter transitioned into rap, and also appeared in Broadway adaptations and on the US TV show Dancing With The Stars.
He looked a number of battles, checking in to recovery and filling a ruin appeal in 2013 over millions of dollars of debt, much of it duty related.
He also had several run- sways with authorities over possession and reckless driving.
Before this year he told the Daily Mail he competed to no longer be seen as a” train wreck”.
” I’m not how some people try to paint me,” he told the outlet. However, well I think lol ñ and derailed by numerous different effects,” If superstar wants to call me a train wreck.”