Aaron Carter and Azealia Banks Withdraw Support for Donald Trump
October 13, 2016 - Finding Carter
Aaron Carter, a thespian who’s substantially best famous for his teeny-bopper hits like “I Want Candy” and “That’s How we Beat Shaq” in a early-aughts, rescinded his support of Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump in a chatter on Monday night; he joins rapper and formerly outspoken Twitter user Azealia Banks who also withdrew her support of Trump on Friday.
Carter took to his Twitter to tell his fans that he no longer supports Trump; Twitter is a same height that he used to validate Trump for boss in February, citing in a now-deleted tweet that Donald Trump would be “someone who leads.”
However, in April, Carter tweeted once again to contend that he would not be voting for Donald Trump, essay that “it’s only something we can’t take partial in. Too many reasons.”
I have motionless we will not be voting for Donald trump. I’ve seen a lot and to ME. it’s only something we can’t take partial in. Too many reasons
— aaroncarter (@aaroncarter) April 29, 2016
Now, Carter tweeted again on Monday night, revelation fans he no longer supports Trump and retweeting a matter by former California administrator Arnold Schwarzenegger.
No. I’m not ancillary Donald trump anymore.
— aaroncarter (@aaroncarter) October 11, 2016
As unapproachable as we am to tag myself a Republican, there is one tag that we reason above all else – American. My full statement: pic.twitter.com/biRvY8S3aZ
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) October 8, 2016
Banks took behind her support of Trump in a array of Facebook posts where she also remarkable that she “deeply regret[s] blending song and politics as we am now anticipating it scarcely unfit to keep adult with a choosing and a media frenzy,” and that she “made a vital mistake endorsing” Trump as “women’s rights are critical and we contingency strengthen them.”