Aaron Carter isn't staying quiet after Justin Bieber's attorney delivered the singer an "outlandish" diss.
The younger brother to Backstreet Boy member, Nick Carter, was quite upset after Aaron Rosenberg answered this question posed to him by Billboard Magazine: "How did Bieber not turn into Aaron Carter? What went right?"
"I have a speech that I give to clients called the five F's to staying grounded in this business: family, faith, friends, fans and the formula," the celebrity lawyer shared. "I think for Justin, connecting with all five F's, especially with faith, helped him through some confusing times. Because nothing prepares you for that much fame -- that much everything -- so early in life."
Carter, 28, spoke out on Oprah: Where Are They Now -- Extra about Rosenberg's comments, and admitted they were "really upsetting."
"I found such offense to that," he said. "I thought that that was outlandish!"
"I even tweeted at Justin Bieber," Carter revealed. "I said, 'You know what, Justin Bieber? Those are your people and you are a man. All questions are approved. Your entertainment attorney isn't going to allow a question like, "Hey, so how did you get Justin Bieber to stop throwing eggs at houses or pissing in buckets?" They're not going to approve that question, are they? No. Questions are approved. For them to do something like that, it just makes me go, 'Hmm. Why are you still talking about me?'"
"Maybe there is some sort of threat here," he added. "And you know what? That's OK."
Carter proceeded to explain that he has lots of respect for the 21-year-old's music, describing him as "super talented."
"I couldn't sing the way he could at his age. He was amazing. But, I can tell you now: I have worked on my craft," he noted.
"The difference between Justin Bieber and I, now, is I produce my music. I make it," Carter continued. "I went through struggles that have really developed me into the man that I am and what I have to offer in the world."
As far as any competition with Bieber, Carter says bring it on.
"I absolutely, one million percent want to compete with Justin Bieber," he said. "I respect his music, but I want him to know, hey, this is my lane too. And I'm coming back."
Bieber isn't the only one Carter has not been seeing eye-to-eye with lately. Watch the video below to see him feuding with his fans over his emotional Twitter rant about heartbreak.