Aaron Carter Attacked at Concert After Being Accused of Racial Slur

Carter was performing at the Loony Bin in Bradley, Ill., Friday night (Feb. 17) when a member from the opening act, ILL State, began grabbing mobile phones from fans in the crowd and filming Carter on stage, TMZ reports.

"See for yourself. Y'all ain't gonna paint a picture about me that's not true ANYMORE", the 29-year-old singer wrote on Sunday, February 19, while discussing the incident with fans. When security came to remove the man, Carter commented "Bye Felipe" - a take on the famous phrase "Bye Felicia" - and the man allegedly lunged at the singer because he thought the remark was a backhanded comment about his Hispanic background.

Aaron Carter's opening act Ill State accused the singer of being racist at a recent local concert, after an altercation that left Carter in the hospital.

"Chillen w my boys before I finally get to bed. hospitals suck". After the guy was taken out of the bar, he came back in and allegedly attacked Aaron.

Ravichandran Ashwin is Don Bradman of Bowling: Steve Waugh
I have been able to maintain that and that has been a takeaway from the games that I have been captain so far. We're willing to put in the hard work to try and get the best out of ourselves and the best out of the team.

Despite the strangeness of this whole thing, there is no doubt Carter is making a name for himself in 2017 both with his music and his eccentricities.

"I didn't get beat up I got hit and pushed when I wasn't looking and they ran out the club and I stood on the speakers waiting for them", he continued in a series of tweets.

After a slew of haters started tweeting him some hateful messages, Carter said, "I can only explain myself so much". "Everything is good for right now, police are investigating", Carter concluded.

The singer, who recently released his Love EP, also shared that his scheduled show for Saturday night in IL was cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances". Carter's disrespectful and racist comment caused an up roar.

  • Stacy Houston