Recently Aaron has made more headlines with Twitter feuds and interviews about his roller coaster journey than he has with his music, but he hasn't stopped recording or performing. Earlier this year he released the EP LøVë, leading with the single "Fool's Gold."
But last year he acknowledged that, despite his month spent in rehab, he wasn't substance-free—nor did he see a problem with that.
"I drink wine. I smoke weed. I have anxiety problems, I take medication for anxiety. I mean, it's just what it is," he told >Entertainment Tonight in April 2016. "The misconceptions are that I'm a meth head, or I'm a crackhead, or I'm a drug addict, or I'm this or that...I'm not going to abuse things. It's just how I'm gonna do my life."
At the time he was looking forward to his musical comeback, starting with his then-new single "Fool's Gold." "Everything [that has happened] makes me want to prove something. Every obstacle that I'm put through, I'm turning into a positive," he said.
As Nick did in 2013, Aaron insisted he loved his family, despite their complicated history. Aaron said in his aforementioned GQ interview, in which he talked about his decision to file for bankruptcy, "I don't want people thinking my parents broke child-labor laws. So I was like, I can handle this. I love my mom and dad, and they are responsible for giving me my career. And I still have one today. So I'll file for bankruptcy, and I'll pay 25 cents on the dollar for every cent I pay back."
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