2021 is off to a wild start.
Some drama seems to be brewing in the Backstreet Boys that I’m fully invested in it, so let’s do it right.
At first, it appears that Brian Littrell is a Trump supporter.
In 2017, TMZ asked Brian if he thought Trump would be a good president. Brian said, “I believe in the system. I believe in his character, his beliefs, and his balls. Let’s implement it that way.”
He also said, “Hollywood needs to be excluded. We are talking about Commander in Chief. We are talking about respect.”
Bryan told TMZ that “They *” asked him to personally perform the other Backstreet Boys at Trump’s 2016 inauguration. It didn’t work, but Brian said he wanted to do it.
The capital rose rapidly two days after the riots.
If you didn’t know or in some way didn’t have an aunt who’s been completely banished by blurry Facebook memes, “Qion” is a group of people plotting about an alleged government insider named “Q” Believe in the principles of
Parler is a social network largely used by conservative and right-wing extremists.
Those who believe in QAnon can be found on Parler.
Which brings me back to Brian.
There was a lot of emotional… not good.
Other people have reacted subtly in their own ways.
Which brings me to Kevin.
A week after Brian joined the parlor, Kevin tweeted a friend for an article about losing QAnon.
Emojis people believe it may be about Brian.
AJ, for his part, tweeted his support for Biden and Harris the morning before Bryan posted his parlor account, which, too.
And Nick is just posting random selfies and photos of his children.
“Don’t be a fucking dick like everyone knows you are. Don’t you understand what I’m saying?”
Fans are seeing this fight in a whole new light.
And that’s where we are now.
Is Bryan a Q-loving Trump supporter doing major plays in the Backstreet Boys? I think we’ll have to wait and see.
Either way, 2021 is a great start!
Keep up with the latest daily buzz with BuzzFeed daily newspaper!