WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan’s daughter Brooke Hogan recently took to her Instagram account and posted a picture of rapper Aaron Carter, who passed away on Saturday, November 5. The caption to the picture read:
“Rest In Peace, my sweet friend. You deserve to be somewhere better than this harsh world. It was never fair to you. Ever. I just wish they could have seen all that you were and all you were about to be. I’m so grateful I got to know your KINDNESS, silliness, heart and TALENT. You are one of God’s most special angels. My heart is broken💔 #LEGEND”
Aaron Carter passes away at 34
Aaron Carter, the American singer who soared to fame at the turn of the millennium with his hit album “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It),” passed away as per the reports of TMZ. He was 34 years old. The entertainment outlet reported that the brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter was found dead in his tub at his residence in Lancaster, California.
A police spokesperson told AFP that officers responded to Carter’s home at 10:58 am and found a body, but were not yet able to publicly identify the person. Carter’s manager did not immediately respond to an AFP query.
His personal life struggles grabbed headlines including apparent strife among the five Carter siblings and family fights over money. In 2011 it was revealed that Carter had entered a treatment facility, with the star telling his fans that “the main thing in life is not to be afraid of being human.”
After leaving rehab the artist began doing one-off shows, and later a Canadian tour. He released another album in 2018. He had filed a bankruptcy petition in 2013 over millions in debt, much of it tax-related. Carter also faced several run-ins with the law primarily over possession charges and reckless driving.
In 2017 he began discuss publicly his arrests and skinny appearance that had fueled rumors of illness or illegal drug use. He admitted himself to another treatment center over prescription drug use aimed at anxiety and sleep issues, reporting improvement in 2018.