Aaron Carter wants fans to know his side of the story regarding his arrest in Habersham County, Georgia, on Saturday night.

Justin Bieber is taking the right path after Aaron Carter shot him on Twitter.

The calf began to simmer on Tuesday, when Carter, 30, left in a tirade full of explosions for more than two hours, tweeting almost every minute about personal and professional mistakes, as well as a possible proposal to the bride Lina Valentina.

When someone asked about Bieber, another former teen idol, and why Carter never achieved the same success, the singer of "I Want Candy" said that the first never gave him due respect.

"Listen, man, I can not sit here and just say nothing about it, I've been in this industry before he was born," Carter wrote. "I've had harder times and I've always recovered, no, I'm not Justin Bieber, I'm Aaron Carter, I'm also under construction, I opened the way, these children have NEVER paid homage to me."

He continued: "Why do not you try to lose everything and the professional world turn its back on you, including your fans, give you back your respect and never give up and call back? Maybe I have some advice for you."

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Instead of attacking the former pop star, Bieber, 24, responded Wednesday with a message of love and admiration for Carter, and said he is a big fan of his music.

"Aaron Carter I had your album when I was little," Bieber wrote. "And he hit the song from Aaron's party, he was like 7. If you need a drum, I got you."

Bieber's feeling was apparently enough for Carter, who responded on Twitter: "I appreciate your support, it means a lot, nothing but brother love."

"All love over here, Aaron," Bieber replied. "You have my support".

Bieber has been in the news frequently this fall after having left several indications that her boyfriend, model Hailey Baldwin, and is now married. He also settled a lawsuit with a former neighbor, whose house he built in 2013, and it was revealed that he was a perfectly normal burrito devotee, after an elaborate hoax convinced the Internet otherwise.

Contributing: Patrick Ryan


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