Pop singer Aaron Carter is rescinding his endorsement of GOP front-runner Donald Trump, claiming on Twitter Sunday that he's been overwhelmed by death threats and bullies.
Responding to a fan on Twitter who tweeted that they still "love him" despite his prior announcement to support the controversial businessman, Carter said that he's been bullied "so badly" that he no longer wants to cast a vote for Trump — or any candidate.
In response to another fan, who told Carter he should vote because it's important to exercise his rights, Carter held his ground, saying that he doesn't want to vote anymore because of the number of death threats he's received, in addition to the "attempts to humiliate" him.
The singer added that he finds it "quite contradicting" that people are "coming at" him for supporting Trump, alleging those people are "doing the exact thing to me that they hate."
In late February, multiple media outlets reported that Carter was endorsing Trump after he replied to a Trump tweet announcing that he would be voting for the Manhattan mogul.
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