Mariah Carey isn’t holding anything back.
The Songbird Supreme graces the cover of New York Magazine to promote her upcoming memoir, ‘The Meaning of Mariah Carey,’ where she discusses Eminem, the relationship she has with her siblings, Alison and Morgan, and the infamous ‘Glitter’-era.
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While reports surfaced earlier this year that Eminem was “stressed” about the legendary diva revealing the details of their alleged 2001 romance, he no longer has to worry she assures, saying:
“There’s some songs that I can sing in response to that, but I will not do it. If somebody or something didn’t pertain to the actual meaning of Mariah Carey, as is the title, then they aren’t in the book.”
The Pop superstar was not afraid to shy away from the topic of family either. She discussed the relationship she has with her siblings, saying:
“Here’s the thing: They have been ruthlessly just heartless in terms of dealing with me as a human being for most of my life. I never would have spoken about my family at all had they not done it first. I have forgiveness in my heart, and so I forgive them, but I am not trying to invite anybody to come hang out over here. I think they’re very broken, and I feel sad for them.”
The ‘We Belong Together’ singer also discussed one of her most controversial eras, the ‘Glitter’-era, and its importance in her book, saying:
“Now, if people have questions, I can be like, ‘Please refer to chapter x,’ rather than me having to stick up for myself, protect myself, defend myself. Because we can all be wounded, but are we going to sit around licking our wounds forever?”
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