Bad joke or attempt to make ends meet month? A few days ago, Aaron Carter, brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, has adopted a puppy in a kennel in Los Angeles. But shortly after, he posted a live video on Instagram doing a doubt of his real intentions: “Here’s my new friend. But if I can’t keep it, I will be required to separate them. It has been 10 months and I would give away for 3500 dollars (about 3125 euros, editor’s NOTE). So if someone is willing to adopt my british bulldog…”.
You’re supporting someone who literally adopts dogs from shelters claiming to be a loving caregiver, aim instead sells them to others for a huge profit because they were ‘owned by Aaron Carter’. You find nothing wrong with that? He goes through dog, after dog, after dog. #Truth pic.twitter.com/dnq7piqiIu
— Aaron Carter’s Truth (@ACartersTruth) August 4, 2019
The record was quickly removed, but the controversy has swollen, many users accusing him of trying to make a profit on the back of an animal for which he had no expenses. The kennel itself, the Lancaster Animal Care Center responded on Instagram, explaining that “work on the situation” and thanking all the users of the social network of the be alerted.
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UPDATE – We are working on this situation. Thanks to all for your concern. CHECK THIS OUT! @aaroncarter stopped by the care center today and fell in love with our little meathead, Mighty! Thank you for adopting, Aaron! We’re glad Mighty gets to hang out with the flyest kid on the block! Happy tails, baby boy! We love you! . . . #lancasteranimalcarecenter #adopt #adoptdontshop #adoption #adoptme #savealife #bulldog #bulldogs #dog #cute #love #sweet #amazing #rescue #rescuedismyfavoritebreed #aaroncarter #daccares #bulldogsofinstagram #paw #paws #adoptingsaveslives #believeinshelterdogs
“I’ve rescued so many dogs”
on Sunday, the singer of 31 years has responded on Twitter, citing a misunderstanding on the part of his followers: “I find it appalling having to justify myself. I have saved so many dogs already and have found a home. What I said in my video was a joke. But go ahead, find a dog that I rescued and then exchanged for cash. This never happened so good luck! I am a good person and I deserve to be respected.”
In another tweet, he stated that it did not need the money from the potential sale of dogs and be ready to defend themselves through legal channels if it were to be attacked again on this topic: “Sorry to invoke this, but I own my own home and earns $ 3 million per year, so I don’t sell dog. So follow me and don’t mess my name or I will complaint. Don’t look no and splash me peace.” Later still he added: “It is so easy to be misunderstood, no matter what you do.” Before thanking his fans for their support, their affection and understanding.
I think it’s apalling that I actually even have to explain myself I’ve rescued many dogs & found many dogs homes. what I said in my Instagram live video was a joke. Find one dog that I adopted and sold for money, be my guest. WONT HAPPEN. I’m a good person and i deserve respect.
— Aaron Carter (@aaroncarter) August 4, 2019