Aaron Carter was sent to a hospital in Syracuse on June 22 after his concert. The singer received backlash after he uploaded a picture of himself in the hospital and on a wheelchair.

Cater’s fans were shocked after learning that the singer was sent to the hospital on June 22 after he performed at a HOT 107.9 concert in Syracuse.


The 29-year-old shared photos of himself in St. Joseph’s Hospital, where he mentioned that he was undergoing treatment for exhaustion. Nevertheless, Carter did not open up about the reason why he needed medical treatment. “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.” he tweeted.

His pictures on the wheelchair had the caption, “I’ll recover.”

The singer has seemingly recovered as he tweeted today that he was flying to Indiana to perform in another concert.

Carter took to Twitter before being sent to the hospital to express sorrow when he overheard a so-called female fan who body shamed him, saying, “I’m entirely hurt by a so-called fan that I just encountered she wasn’t realizing I was listening, she said I look like I have cancer.”

He later replied to a Twitter user who made bitter comments, which was later deleted, over his Carter’s then-fragile state. “This is body shaming.” he replied. “You guys are bullying me. I’ve already addressed my medical issues.” 


He continued to defend himself against his fans who targeted him. “I’ve literally had the hardest week of my life, my dad past away my late sisters birthday anniversary was June 6th & people #BodyShame me,” he said. “I’m sorry I’m not fat enough. For my fake fans.”

Carter finally addressed all the bitter comments that targeted him. “To all those who project negativity, speak cruel words to hurt others. I send you love & forgiveness. Know that All gods children are beautiful, Tall, short thick or thin.” he tweeted.