“He regarded skinny. He was extraordinarily drained,” Taylor Helgeson stated in an interview with Page Six. “He simply regarded like he wanted to be doing something however working. He regarded like he wanted to be caring for him.”
The supervisor defined that Carter had been engaged on a brand new album — which might’ve served as a follow-up to 2018’s Love — on the time of his Nov. 5 death on the age of 34.
“He didn’t appear okay,” Helgeson continued. “Now, once I say that, I believe it’s actually necessary to form of context that…He didn’t appear okay bodily…[but] mentally, he was essentially the most excited I’ve seen him in months. He was very clever and he was very acutely aware of what folks wished to see from him. We had a lot stuff occurring and, you recognize, Aaron was a extremely prideful man in his personal proper, too”
Within the wake of the “That’s How I Beat Shaq” singer’s passing, his older brother Nick Carter has launched a donation fund for On Our Sleeves, a kids’s psychological well being charity, in his reminiscence. In the meantime, the publication of Aaron’s unfinished memoir — Aaron Carter: An Incomplete Story of an Incomplete Life — has been postponed after backlash from the singer’s administration crew, ex-girlfriend Hilary Duff and others. (Carter’s crew additionally publicly slammed the deliberate launch of an album titled Blacklisted, which he purportedly recorded with producers Morgan Matthews and John Wyatt Johnson earlier than his demise.)