21 February 2017

"Bye Felipe" Comment Enrages Some Hispanic Band

Aaron Carter
Pop singer Aaron Carter was attacked during a performance at The Looney Bin in Bradly, Illinois by a member of his opening act for allegedly making a racist comment.

TMZ reports the 29-year-old singer, known for his 2000s hits such as "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" and "That’s How I Beat Shaq," was performing when a fellow musician with Hispanic decent from the band Ill State allegedly attacked Carter.

An eyewitness told TMZ that Carter said, "Bye Felipe," a play on the popular phrase "Bye Felicia," as the man was being removed from the venue by security. According to the outlet, the unnamed musician was apparently offended by the comment. He re-entered the venue and just attacked Carter onstage, breaking a computer and a speaker in the process.

Is this how leftist and liberals deal with criticism against them? They resort to violence? At least there is a good reason now to deport this nuisance and his band somewhere where his ancestors came from.

TMZ reports the younger brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter was left "bloody" and transported to a nearby hospital. He has since taken to Twitter to explain the incident, claiming he didn't mean for the comment to come off as racist and that authorities are investigating the attack.

"I didn’t get beat up I got a hit and pushed when I wasn't looking and they ran out the club and I stood on the speakers waiting for them?" Carter tweeted last 18 February, adding, "Maybe he should've not been a fake security guard causing liability to the venue and antagonizing me and my fans mid show ... "

After replying to several unhinged liberals and tweets regarding the incident on the social media site, Carter got fed up and said "I can only explain myself so much."