Azealia Banks took back her endorsement as well

By Danielle Jackson
Updated October 11, 2016 at 03:00 PM EDT
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Donald Trump has lost another celebrity endorsement, this time from Aaron Carter.

Carter revealed his support for the Republican nominee back in February but officially denounced the Republican presidential candidate two months later, tweeting, “I have decided I will not be voting for Donald Trump. I’ve seen a lot and to ME. it’s just something I can’t take part in. Too many reasons.”

And, just in case there was any confusion, the 28-year-old musician took to Twitter on Monday night, 24 hours after the second presidential debate, to reiterate that he still will not be supporting Trump.

This announcement comes just off the heels of the recently leaked tape, in which Trump can be heard making vulgar comments about women. The tape has sparked loads of outrage and caused some members of the Republican party — including John McCain, Paul Ryan, and Arnold Schwarzenegger — to withdraw their endorsements.

Rapper Azealia Banks also announced that she was pulling her support for the candidate in a Facebook post where she claimed that she felt “dumb for ever having added [her] two cents to this election mess.”