Donald Trump Loses Aaron Carter Endorsement
The musician's reversal comes two months after he publicly declared his support of the GOP candidate.
Donald Trump has lost one of his celebrity endorsements.
Two months following musician Aaron Carter's reveal that the GOP candidate would have his vote in the 2016 election, the 28-year-old is withdrawing his support.
His reasoning? "I have decided I will not be voting for Donald Trump. I've seen a lot and to ME. it's just something I can't take part in. Too many reasons," Carter tweeted Friday afternoon.
On Feb. 27, Carter revealed his support of Trump in a tweet: "@realDonaldTrump Does America want to have a president who FOLLOWS or someone who leads? I vote For @realdonaldtrump."
Shortly following his announced allegiance to the Republican frontrunner, the singer defended his decision to fans who did not agree with him politically. "That's ok. Losing fans gaining fans all good so what happens when Donald becomes president relax people," was one of his many tweeted replies to a number of fans who unfollowed or showed their disdain for his support of the businessman.
Other celebrities who have declared their endorsement of Trump include Jon Voight, Kid Rock, Stephen Baldwin and Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson.
I have decided I will not be voting for Donald trump. I've seen a lot and to ME. it's just something I can't take part in. Too many reasons— Aaron Carter (@aaroncarter) April 29, 2016