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I just don't like her as a person." Carey admitted that she and Em hung out, but denied anything romantic. Carey shaded him on her tour in 2003 when a marionette in a bleach-blond wig and a Detroit Pistons jersey came out during her performances of "Clown," and Eminem played voicemail messages allegedly from Carey during his 2005 tour.
Carey's camp said the messages were not from Carey.
After Carey and Mottola married, he allegedly kept her cloistered in their mansion with security guards 24/7, even when the songbird went to the bathroom.
She had to get his permission to leave the property, and even then she'd have to be shadowed by a "chase car." (She later reportedly refered to the home as "Sing Sing.") ) that it was "absolutely wrong and inappropriate" to become romantically involved with Carey, adding that he is "truly sorry for any discomfort or pain that all of my good intentions inevitably caused her, and most of all for the scars it left on my two oldest children." Carey and Jennifer Lopez had a longstanding, seemingly one-sided feud that made headlines when Carey infamously quipped, "I don't know her" when asked about J. Rumor has it, Mottola played a big role in that beef.
Cannon responded on his blog (via ), and Carey responded by mocking Eminem in her "Obsessed" video.
Finally, Eminem dropped "The Warning" in 2010, which goes into graphic detail about yet another encounter that Carey insists didn't happen.
She's the queen of Christmas, has a reputation for being a diva, and is generally considered eccentric, which extends into her romantic life as well.
"I get a call from Tommy Mottola, who I have a great relationship with, and he's like, 'I need you to do me a favor. I want you to put Ja on the record.' Immediately I knew what he was doing because we just finished the Mariah record." The song was reportedly "Loverboy," for which Carey supposedly chose a sample of Yellow Magic Orchestra's "Firecracker." The song was reportedly included in viewings of the 2001 movie was months away from completion, and passed along the idea to Lopez for her song "I'm Real." "Mariah was so paranoid about the music getting out that we had another singer sing the temporary versions," the insider told Carey reportedly met New York Yankees baseball star Derek Jeter when she was still legally married to Mottola in 1996.
The shortstop and the singer reportedly kept their relationship very quiet, only confirming they'd dated after they split in 1998, well after her divorce from Mottola in 1997.
Miguel supposedly inspired much of her 1999 album, suggested it may have been during one of her rough patches with Miguel.
During the meltdown, Carey's mother called 911 seeking medical help for injuries her daughter allegedly sustained smashing glasses and dishes during her rage.