Aaron Carter thinks he paved the best way for Justin Bieber — however his mom doesn’t appear to agree.
In an unique clip of WE television’s upcoming premiere of “Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition,” Aaron and his mom, Jane, are arguing about Aaron’s difficulties rising up within the highlight when the dialogue takes a nasty flip.
“I was doing tour after tour after tour after tour,” the singer is heard lamenting earlier than his mom snippily interjects, “I don’t think it was that much — you weren’t a Justin Bieber.”
“Thank you,” Aaron shoots again within the clip that was taped in August 2018. “That means a lot. I’m no Justin Bieber. I’m a piece of s–t. I’m a piece of s–t. I paved the way for that kid.”
When Aaron, 31, provides that Bieber, 25, “copied my hairstyle” (although Page Six can discover no photographic proof to help that notion), Jane lastly relents and says, “He copied everything about you.”
But Aaron — who has publicly feuded with Bieber prior to now and shared comparable sentiments about paving the best way for him — then distances himself from the ultra-successful pop star by saying, “No, guess what? I am no Justin Bieber. I am Aaron Carter.”
Carter, who made it massive as a teen pop star with hits like “Aaron’s Party” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq,” is the youthful brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.
Aaron and Nick’s relationship has been up and down over time, however this fall, issues bought very darkish for the brothers. In September, Nick stated that he and his sister Angel had sought a restraining order in opposition to their youthful sibling, tweeting, “In light of Aaron’s increasingly alarming behavior and his recent confession that he harbors thoughts and intentions of killing my pregnant wife and unborn child, we were left with no choice but to take every measure possible to protect ourselves and our family.” Nick has since welcomed a child lady with spouse Lauren Kitt Carter.
Aaron denied Nick’s claims and tweeted, “I am astounded at the accusations being made against me and I do not wish harm to anyone, especially my family.”
“Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition” premieres on Oct. 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on WE television.