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Sydney Battle Was Bullied Into Making an Insta by Aaron Carter

She also told the story behind what convinced her, as a young millennial, to download a certain social-media app. View this post on Instagram @taylorgarron sits down for a digital chat with @sydbattle about how she’s doing during…all this. Instead of interviewing up-and-coming comedians we love on Twitter, we’re going live on Instagram every week to check in on some of our favorite people in comedy and get a firsthand look into how they’re handling the pandemic. So welcome to our new version of the column, now titled “Follow (From a Safe Distance) Friday.”

This week, I somehow convinced Sydney Battle (UCB, the Emmys, doting Brooklyn mother to her beautiful Atticus) to meet for a digital chat about how she’s keeping it together during … all of this. More From This Series

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Tags: She told us how she’s feeling about becoming Twitter famous in the middle of a global pandemic, got introspective about her time as a nanny for an emotionally unstable little girl, and shared her favorite colorful insults from online trolls. And it’s a hell of a story: “I got Instagram because Aaron Carter yelled at me at a concert on my college campus.”

You can find Sydney Battle on Twitter at @SydneyBattle and on Instagram at @sydbattle. A post shared by Vulture (@vulture) on Sep 25, 2020 at 10:35am PDT

Thanks to the coronavirus, comedians are now trapped at home like the rest of us, so we decided that while we’re all self-quarantining, we’d do something a little different from our usual “Follow Friday” column.

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Hey Aaron Carter, Justin Bieber Wants to Hype You

In the tweet, Bieber reminisces about owning Carter’s album, and especially enjoying the song ‘Aaron’s Party’, which, for those of you who are truly far too young (or aged) is the ballad of a boy who can’t possibly be over the age of 12 hosting an epic party after luring his parents out of the house with a ruse about their aunt Joan. I was like 7. The tale ends as one might expect: the party gets out of hand, the parents come home, tragedy strikes: grounded. You got my support— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 22, 2018

Tags: if you need a hype man I got you.— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) November 21, 2018

All love over here Aaron. Of course, we mean none other than Aaron Carter, brother of Nick, beater of Shaq, second of his name. Aaron carter i had your album when I was little. Bieber was apparently so influenced by Carter’s work, he’s offering to serve completely unironically as the younger Carter’s hype man. And he’s already doing a great job. And bumped the song Aaron’s party. Photo: Ricky Vigil Moran/GC Images

Here’s a little bit of old school for ya: Justin Bieber took to Twitter on the night before Thanksgiving to pay homage to one of his greatest musical influences.

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