Aaron Carter’s mom Jane says he’s not Justin Bieber
Aaron Carter thinks he’s paved the way for Justin Bieber, but his mom doesn’t seem to agree.
In an exclusive clip from the WE tv premiere of “Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition,” Aaron and his mother, Jane, argue over Aaron’s struggles growing up in the spotlight when the discussion takes a turn for the worse.
“I was doing tour after tour after tour after tour after tour,” the singer laments before his mother abruptly intervenes, “I don’t think it was that much – you weren’t a Justin Bieber.”
“Thank you,” Aaron replies in the clip which was recorded in August 2018. “It means a lot. I’m not Justin Bieber. I’m a s – t track. I am a s – t track. I have paved the way for this kid.
When Aaron, 31, adds that Bieber, 25, “copied my hairstyle” (although Page Six cannot find any photographic evidence to support this idea), Jane finally relents and says, “He copied everything from you.”
But Aaron – who quarreled publicly with Bieber in the past and shared similar feelings about leading the way for him – then distancing himself from the ultra-successful pop star by saying, “No, guess what? I am not Justin Bieber. I am Aaron Carter.
Carter, who went on to become a teenage pop star with hits like “Aaron’s Party” and “That’s How I Beat Shaq”, is the younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter.
Aaron and Nick’s relationship has had its ups and downs over the years, but this fall things got very dark for the brothers. In September, Nick said he and his sister Angel had requested a restraining order against their younger brother, tweeting: “In light of Aaron’s increasingly alarming behavior and his recent confession that he harbors thoughts and intentions to kill my pregnant wife and unborn child, we have had no choice but to take all possible measures to protect ourselves and our family. ”Nick has since welcomed a little girl with his wife Lauren Kitt Carter.
Aaron denied Nick’s claims and tweeted: “I am stunned by the charges against me and I wish no harm on anyone, especially my family.”
“Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition” will premiere October 11 at 10 p.m. ET / PT on WE tv.