Aaron Carter's Live Stream Comments Days Before His Death Are Chilling Now

Fans are continuing to mourn the tragic death of Aaron Carter. TMZ reported that the child star was found dead in his bathtub on Saturday after his house sitter uncovered his lifeless body. He was 34. Hundreds of his supporters, close family, and friends have since spoken out and shared their condolences for the "I Want Candy" singer. Hilary Duff, who dated Carter for three years from 2000 until 2003, released a statement following the news. "I am deeply sorry that life was so hard and that you had to struggle in front of the whole world," she wrote on Instagram. "You had a charm that was absolutely effervescent."

Carter struggled with substance abuse and mental health issues over the years and unfortunately, his history of addiction put a wedge between him and his family. "Even though my brother and I have had a complicated relationship, my love for him has never ever faded," Nick Carter shared. "I will miss my brother more than anyone will ever know." Aaron's twin sister Angel Carter posted a similar message. "My funny, sweet Aaron,I have so many memories of you and I, and I promise to cherish them," she wrote on Instagram. "I know you're at peace now. I will carry you with me until the day I die and get to see you again," she added. 

While Aaron's cause of death still remains undetermined, fans are beginning to take a deeper look into his recent social media activity. 

Aaron Carter's ex-fiancée told him he was going to die just days before he died

Aaron Carter was known for going live across his social media platforms and engaging with his fans in real-time. However, his supporters are taking a second look and noticed some unusual behavior just days before he was found dead in his California home. Carter was on Instagram Live, talking about his tumultuous relationship with on-and-off fiancée Melanie Martin. As he was answering questions from his fans, Carter revealed Martin had just texted him "you're going to die." His mood quickly changed as he looked away and responded "wow, that's f***** up."

"He was bullied and egged on badly during his last live stream before he passed," one fan wrote on Twitter. "People don't understand how much words can affect people." Meanwhile, another user called out the people who are making fun of Carter during his last live stream and how she hoped for a better outcome. "Being trolled while talking about trying to get better for his boy and recovery," she tweeted. "Yall need to be better."

TMZ shared another clip from a live session Carter was on back in September after fans alerted the authorities about the singer possibly huffing while on social media. Police spoke with the actor who claimed he had been sleeping.

There were a couple of other unsettling things before Aaron Carter's death

It turns out that Aaron Carter did a lot before his death that has fans looking back with a new set of eyes. For one, Carter spent Halloween alone. "This day is beautiful. Stay blessed, be kind and have a safe Halloween weekend," Carter wrote on Instagram. "If your chillen by yourself for Halloween, just know you're not alone." The caption was for a video with only a still selfie of Carter and animated butterflies fluttering around the edges. It also had the song, "Three Little Birds" by Bob Marley & the Wailers playing, over it. The lyrics "Don't worry about a thing' Cause every little thing gonna be all right / Singin': "Don't worry about a thing' Cause every little thing gonna be all right!" are now bittersweet after the singer's death.

Also, Carter's final Instagram post takes on a new meaning for fans after his death. Posted two days before Carter was found in his home, it's a video of Carter singing as a promotion for a new song, with lyrics that read, "I'll tell my honey I'll be gone, but not for long." TMZ also reported that law enforcement pulled Carter over the Tuesday before his death because they received reports that the singer was "carelessly driving a recreational vehicle" or an RV. However, he reportedly did pass their sobriety tests.

Aaron Carter had plans before his death

The last tweet that Aaron Carter sent before his death was aimed at Kanye West. Carter tweeted, "Yo Kanye let's talk... man to man" two days before he was found dead in his home. It's unclear what he meant, but West has been in the news a lot lately for antisemitic comments, scandals, and more. While Carter transitioned to being a rapper, with the tone of his last tweet it doesn't seem like the late musician was looking to collab.

Carter was also planning on selling one of his homes. "Selling my 2nd home," Carter tweeted. "Real estate has been super good to me. Ready for a new chapter in my 3rd home which I plan on staying to make a beautiful life for my family." He then followed up by noting he's had a "tough" year but thanked his followers for their support.

Per Carter's Zillow listing, the home ultimately sold for $620,000. At the time of his death, Carter was trying to sell it for nearly $800,000. He did post to Instagram that "being a homeowner is a lot more difficult than y'all think lol," a couple of days before posting the Zillow listing to Twitter. In the photo, he was already packed up and ready to move out. It's unclear to the public what will happen to his property after his death.