Aaron Carter has suffered a horrible week.
His father recently passed away, and it was the anniversary of his younger sister's death, so to say he's been in a good headspace is a total lie.
But everything came crashing down for him after fans completely body-shamed him during a concert.
After a concert in Syracuse, Aaron went on a Twitter spree to address the body-shaming.
"I'm entirely hurt by a so-called fan that I just encountered," Carter wrote on Twitter, explaining that:
"She wasn't realising I was listening, she said I look like I have cancer. This is body shaming. You guys are bullying me. I've already addressed my medical issues."
He added "#bodyshaming" to his message.
Last month Aaron opened up about his hiatal hernia he had at 19 years old, a medical condition which makes eating difficult for him.
After the tweets, he let his fans know that he had ended up in the ER in hospital.
“Lots of shows lately, had to head up to ER just to get a little check up these shows are crazy lately gotta make sure I stay strong,” wrote Carter as a caption.
"I'll recover," he concluded.
Poor Aaron. It's never okay to body-shame somebody, as conditions behind the scenes are never fully known. Just like how Sarah Hyland had recently had to come out and reveal to her fans that a medical condition had left her horribly ill, where she also has difficulty eating.
All our well wishes go out to Aaron and his family.
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