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October 02, 2019

Beyoncé's Fans Come for 'Hard to Love' Singer Aaron Carter after Recent Tweets about the 'Flawless' Hitmaker

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Aaron Carter recently tweeted at Beyoncé while showing off a throwback photo, but the Beyhive was not impressed and came for the former teen pop sensation in furious tweets.

Carter has been making headlines for the wrong reasons lately, per HNHH. Earlier this week, the list grew longer when he got on the wrong side of Beyoncé's fans.

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The "Hard To Love” singer's crime was sharing a throwback pic from his glory days where he appeared to be dancing with Beyoncé, who at the time was still a part of the female group Destiny's Child.

Still To Come: He was recently served restraining orders by his brother Nick Carter, and twin sister Angel.

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Alongside the snapshot, Carter, 31, sent a note of appreciation to the 23-time Grammy winner:

"Omg, @Beyonce I just want you to know that love you always and your music! also, I wanted to let you know I never forgot when you let me open up for you and @destinyschild in 99 & 2000! That's all I wanted to say #Beyhive thank you for everything you've done for me. #IMBACKBEY"

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The Beyhive swung into action immediately, accusing Carter of using Beyoncé's name for clout in an attempt to revive his dwindling career.

"This is so pathetic," noted one Twitter user who made sure to add several Laugh-Out-Loud emojis.

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"Omg have some pride man," another scolded. "Talking about some night 20 yrs ago, trying to get big names on board. They don't have anything to say on the matter."

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"Stop trying to be relevant," a third person said while a fourth sent an explicit warning to Carter:

"Aaron the #Beyhive is gonna chew you up and spit you out. Stop trying to use their name to get views."

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To that last tweeter, the "Crush on You" singer responded, calling the comment "rude" and claiming he was only trying to show respect for Beyoncé with his post.

"That was uncalled for," he added.

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Carter also tweeted a separate statement in response to the backlash and tagged Beyoncé again:

"I never asked beyonce to reach out. It’s fine. She’s knows me. & I know her. I just wanted to tell her thank you and she’s an inspiration. I need no clout from anyone. Trust me on that. Especially beyonce. We toured together and that’s a fact everyone acts like I lie @Beyonce"

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According to The Blast, Carter has been showing signs of trouble in recent times. Besides a history of drug convictions and mental health issues, he was recently served restraining orders by his brother Nick Carter, and twin sister Angel.

"Backstreet Boys" singer Nick filed for the order after his brother allegedly made violent threats. Carter denied the accusations and promptly severed ties with his brother.

Carter was a big deal in the late 90s and early 2000s, but his career seemed to take a nosedive following a series of arrests, money, and mental health issues.

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