Aaron Carter is a supporter of Donald Trump, but he is not a supporter of a particular type of colloquial sign language, known as “flipping the bird.” His road rage boiled over when he had a face-to-face conflict with another driver who did just that, and Aaron Carter threatened to lock up the other driver.
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Caught on video is Aaron Carter pulling over into a parking lot, and with his bulldog in hand, he screams at the other driver to get out to initiate a fight. Another comment screamed by Aaron Carter is the threat to have the man arrested for the hand gesture, according to TMZ.
None of Aaron Carter’s actions are quite as endearing as him wielding his bulldog in his arms as he shouts at the other driver. Other than that, the rest of the fight-initiating, angry rant displayed by the star is enough to turn some fans off. It is obvious from the video that Aaron Carter is suffering at the time from an extreme case of road rage, and initiating any fight or attack could, on the flip side, get him arrested. The driver told Aaron Carter to leave and go home, and Aaron Carter responded with a somewhat snobbish, sarcastic comment fans could not find endearing, according to TMZ.
“Oh, you mean to my two-million-dollar mansion?”
A rep for Aaron Carter stuck up for the star, saying he was not in the wrong and he was merely defending himself. However, what is clear is that he is attempting to start a physical altercation on camera, not any motion of defence, but more a motion of attack. And, while other than the offensive gesture, it is not clear if there was a nearly missed accident that could have also set off this vast amount of anger in Aaron Carter. As some fans noted, pulling another driver over to fight because of getting flipped off most likely indicates Aaron Carter was the driver that may have caused the near-miss. How instigating a heated exchange and trying to incite a physical altercation is self-defense remains to be adequately defined by Aaron Carter’s camp, especially when Aaron Carter flagged the other driver to pull over and physically left his car all over a hand gesture, when he was probably at fault for a driving error that thankfully did not go bad.
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Regardless, the former child star has etched out some other newsworthy attention via his public support of Donald Trump. How excited Trump may be to be linked to Aaron Carter after the road rage incident remains to be seen, but Aaron Carter has not been shy about sharing his respect and admiration for Donald Trump on Twitter, according to GQ.
“Does America want to have a president who FOLLOWS or someone who leads? I vote for @realdonaldtrump.”
After posting this, Aaron Carter received a heavy amount of questions and interest from fans and haters alike, and all Aaron Carter could wonder is why people would care about his opinions on Donald Trump, according to GQ. Aaron Carter voiced his opinion about why he specifically supports Donald Trump, and a lot of it has to do with his respect for the man.
“I don’t support every little thing. Trump goes his own way. He’s a leader, not a follower, and he’s proven that by humbling the other campaigns.”
Hopefully, Aaron Carter does not think attempting to start a physical altercation after being flipped the bird with an uninterested driver makes him a good leader, and not a follower, like he feels about Donald Trump.
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