Aaron Carter shares heartbreaking final video before his death at 34: 'I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long'

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By stefan armitage

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Aaron Carter has tragically passed away at the age of 34.

The heartbreaking news was reported by PEOPLE and TMZ on November 5, with law enforcement officials confirming that the singer and actor was found dead on Saturday morning at his house in Lancaster, California.

TMZ reports that Carter's body was found "in the bathtub" by the singer's housesitter, who later alerted the authorities.

Born December 7, 1987, fans will most likely remember Carter for his impact on the music industry, in which, he released albums over three decades.

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Carter back in February, 2022. Credit: ENT / Alamy

The younger brother of Nick Carter of Backstreet Boys fame, Aaron would eventually launch his own singing career as a child, releasing his first self-titled debut pop album in 1997 at the age of nine. Three years later, he would release his second album, Aaron's Party (Come Get It), which would go on to sell three million copies in the United States alone.

During this time, he became known for his pop cover singles such as 'Crush on You' and 'I Want Candy'.

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Aaron Carter in 2000. Credit: Allstar Picture Library Ltd / Alamy

Carter would go on to release three more studio albums; Oh Aaron (2001), Another Earthquake! (2002), and Love (2018). Over his music career, Carter sold more than 10 million albums worldwide.

Given his impact within the music industry, it is only fitting that his final social media post showed him performing on-stage alongside fellow rapper CheckTheStar.

Sharing the video on Instagram on November 4 - the day before his tragic passing - Carter can be seen performing his verse from the track 'Lately (feat. Aaron Carter)'. In the video, he performs the now-haunting lyrics: "I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long."

The video can be seen below:

The final post has since been flooded by comments from fans sharing tributes to the singer-turned-rapper.

"Rest in peace brother. You took me through my childhood. I’m so sorry things got so hard for you and happened this way," one fan wrote.

"Rest In Peace. You deserve the peace and quiet. The chaos is done friend," a second added.

And a third wrote: "I’m so heartbroken, I have a lifetime of memories following you. I hope you are at peace."

He is survived by his fiancee, Melanie Martin, and their one-year-old son, Prince.

Our thoughts continue to go out to Carter's family, friends, and fans at this time.

Featured image credit: ENT / Alamy

Aaron Carter shares heartbreaking final video before his death at 34: 'I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long'

vt-author-image

By stefan armitage

Article saved!Article saved!

Aaron Carter has tragically passed away at the age of 34.

The heartbreaking news was reported by PEOPLE and TMZ on November 5, with law enforcement officials confirming that the singer and actor was found dead on Saturday morning at his house in Lancaster, California.

TMZ reports that Carter's body was found "in the bathtub" by the singer's housesitter, who later alerted the authorities.

Born December 7, 1987, fans will most likely remember Carter for his impact on the music industry, in which, he released albums over three decades.

size-large wp-image-1263176440
Carter back in February, 2022. Credit: ENT / Alamy

The younger brother of Nick Carter of Backstreet Boys fame, Aaron would eventually launch his own singing career as a child, releasing his first self-titled debut pop album in 1997 at the age of nine. Three years later, he would release his second album, Aaron's Party (Come Get It), which would go on to sell three million copies in the United States alone.

During this time, he became known for his pop cover singles such as 'Crush on You' and 'I Want Candy'.

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Aaron Carter in 2000. Credit: Allstar Picture Library Ltd / Alamy

Carter would go on to release three more studio albums; Oh Aaron (2001), Another Earthquake! (2002), and Love (2018). Over his music career, Carter sold more than 10 million albums worldwide.

Given his impact within the music industry, it is only fitting that his final social media post showed him performing on-stage alongside fellow rapper CheckTheStar.

Sharing the video on Instagram on November 4 - the day before his tragic passing - Carter can be seen performing his verse from the track 'Lately (feat. Aaron Carter)'. In the video, he performs the now-haunting lyrics: "I’ll tell my honey I’ll be gone but it’s not for long."

The video can be seen below:

The final post has since been flooded by comments from fans sharing tributes to the singer-turned-rapper.

"Rest in peace brother. You took me through my childhood. I’m so sorry things got so hard for you and happened this way," one fan wrote.

"Rest In Peace. You deserve the peace and quiet. The chaos is done friend," a second added.

And a third wrote: "I’m so heartbroken, I have a lifetime of memories following you. I hope you are at peace."

He is survived by his fiancee, Melanie Martin, and their one-year-old son, Prince.

Our thoughts continue to go out to Carter's family, friends, and fans at this time.

Featured image credit: ENT / Alamy