As the Bucs head off to Atlanta to play the Falcons with an 0-5 record, a lot of fans are voicing their frustrations about the team, including Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, who grew up here in the Tampa Bay area. Carter took his frustration out on Twitter with one simple tweet that gained a lot of attention: #FireSchiano.
Carter told ABC Action News reporter Erik Waxler via Skype, while the band was on their world tour in Japan, that he just couldn't hold his tongue any longer.
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"I was tired, normally I'm reserved about how I feel about my team, but I just, I was in a moment and so I decided to actually Twitter it and I really did not think it would get any, like, attention at all," Carter said. "But at the same time, I'm actually kind of happy," he said.
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