Aaron Hall. We miss you.
If you haven’t watched Aaron Hall’s bizarre interview with VladTV, stop everything you’re doing right now and watch it.
Yes, it seems like Aaron Hall is officially “off the sh*ts,” but his bizarre behavior isn’t anything new to those who’ve known him for years. From accusing R.Kelly of stealing his swag in the early ’90s (which is up for debate) to calling his former bandmate/producer Teddy Riley a square, Aaron Hall has been very vocal about his qualms with other R&B singers.
To put things in perspective, Aaron’s bizarre behavior has been caused by a series of unfortunate circumstances in his life.
Aaron not only survived being the victim of a shooting, but he also survived being stabbed. To make matters worse, Aaron witnessed his mother get run down by a drunk driver on Christmas Day, as well as endured the pain of losing his first-born son shortly after birth, which he says inspired his 1993 ballad “I Miss You.”
He’s also had multiple run-ins with the law, which includes catching a case for assault in 1995, eventually leading him to serve 11 months in New York City’s Rikers Island prison (for a probation violation). He’s also had several very public court battles with former video vixen Gloria Velez, who is the mother of his son (who he hasn’t seen in 15 years).
We think he’s been self-medicating over the years, and wish him the best, but we’re hoping he lets go of all his demons and can get back to the music (one of these days).
Check out the recent history of Aaron Hall’s bizarre behavior below.
In 2009, Aaron Hall filmed an online vlog series called “Aaron Hall’s Dog Rehab.”
We must admit he gives the “dog whisperer” Cesar Millan a run for his money.
While dog training, Aaron took a brief moment to educate women on how to take care of their men.
In 2010, Aaron Hall unleashed his fury on The-Dream, R.Kelly, and Trey Songz. Best quote in the video, “The-Dream is a good writer, but he needs to lose weight.”
The same year, Aaron released “A Day In The Life” webisode with his brother Damion Hall.
Aaron calls his former bandmate Teddy Riley a “square,” compares him to an “infection,” and sings all at the same damn time.
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