In one clip captioned “I’m a protective lover and friend,” Crocker said, “I don’t let too many people into my heart. when a skyscraper—on another continent—has been imagined in your likeness.While neither of them have made an official comment about their relationship, both have tweeted what could be a hint.Chris posted the above photo that same day he was on the phone with Aaron, and that same day, Aaron tweeted "Looking forward to laying on my couch hanging out with my bulldog baby and watching Netflix #The Single Life." I mean c'mon guys, just tag each other already.The full post reads: "To start off, I would like to say that I love each and every one of my fans.There's something I'd like to say that I feel is important for myself and my identity that has been weighing on my chest for nearly half a decade." While their friendship remained decently quiet over the past year, their care for one another started to resurface after Aaron was hospitalized for being body-shamed by fans because of his weight.The two appear to be “Aaron found his candy,” Crocker captioned one of the photos—a nod to Carter’s seventh studio single, “I Want Candy,” released in 2000.On another, he wrote, “’why you so ashamed of me..’ ❤️” A third is captioned, “@aaroncarter & me got couples therapy to sort through.” Crocker posted a video where the two almost kissed, but it was later deleted (along with the photos).
In an emotional post, he said, "When I was around 13-years-old I started to find boys and girls attractive.Madison Aaron broke up when Aaron recently came out as bisexual.He is now moving forward in a positive direction after a dramatic few weeks.He captioned it, "Face timing with my Boobies made me smile today thank you Chris for your words so much love for you always." The same day, Chris also posted a screenshot of the same combination, tagging Aaron with the caption "my goob."Goob.It's not as revealing as calling someone "babe" or "baby" or "boo," but it could be a sweet pet name between the two. Both Aaron and Chris have posted some not-so-subtle messages about hating the single life.