Monday, January 08, 2018

Mariah Carey Ready to Blow the Whistle on the Music Industry?


Last night Hollywood wore black to the Golden Globe Awards in solidarity with the #MeToo movement exposing sexual misconduct in show business.

Mariah Carey, who received her first Golden Globe nomination her new Christmas song 'The Star', says it's time to expose the music industry and she's ready to kick it off...
 
In a red carpet interview Mariah candidly tells ET,
"Of course it's important for me to support the movement, there's no way I couldn't. I had a few conversations with Kerry Washington, just talking about the whole thing."
"And even in the music business, we haven't even touched on that ball of wax. But I think I need to be a consultant when it's time to talk about that..."

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

More fake Hollywood shenanigans.
I hate sheeple movements. All of em, from BLM, that "pray for ", kneeling, disease awareness, trans rights. LOL........
The "cause" is pretty on the surface, but it's brief, cliquish and is ALWAYS overtaken by another worthy "cause". I would have worn hot pink to the show...
Honestly, where is the movement for more substantial black Hollywood roles? Remember that cause a couple years back? FOH

Anonymous said...

Wasn't Mariah recently accused of sexual misconduct herself? What happened to that allegation?

Anonymous said...

mariah benefitted from the music industry. she was fucking and married her boss, Tommy Mottola.

Anonymous said...

Too many of these suddenly outraged (mostly white) women have long benefited from this trifling, fake Hollywood industry, since it's inception. They begrudgingly played their role for years and kept quiet.
Ugly Ole Harvey and his peers only had a taste for white and off-white women, so those are the ones that got the really big roles. What's the name of the black actress that was passed over for one of Harvey's pets??? Anywho, just take a look at the pay disparities between a Charlize and and Angela. It's sickening.

Anonymous said...

The music industry will be next and it will be explosive.

Anonymous said...

8:34. Sophie Okonedo was passed over for a lesser talented white actress because he thought "she wasn't fuckable." Shame.
I often wonder how many Black womens careers were stifled because of the Harveys of the industry.

Anonymous said...

Yeah. I wanna know what happens to artists that hit the top then suddenly disappear. Like, whatever happened to
D'Angelo..Zhane...Tweet. anyone that know the industry can explain? Is it harder to maintain a music career than a film career? Is this "fucking for tracks" thing really a thing?

Anonymous said...

Mariah looks great

Anonymous said...

She's coming for you Tommy

Anonymous said...

umm sometimes when you are not fuckable you are too beautiful to let yourself b taken advantage of or have self esteem not to fall for that OR they kno tht shit not goin work on me attitude

Anonymous said...

remember "men" pediophiles prefer them looking as if cannot think for themselves as a lot of those white actresses look as if no mind of their own isually drugged out later on or look it

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