We all know that Mariah Carey is the Queen of Christmas. However, you'd think that the pop titan wasn’t a big fan of its festive November predecessor based on a recent tweet.
On Monday (September 21), the superstar, 50, took to Twitter to share a strange tweet that read: “THANKSGIVING IS CANCELLED.” It was followed-up by some other equally head-scratching messages like "RESTING IN PIECES," "THERE CAN BE MIRACLES," and "CALAMITY AND DOG HAIR,” leaving one to wonder: Has Mariah's account been hacked? Well, the answer is no. After the Lambily quipped with some concerned replies, Carey cleared up the confusion, clarifying that the posts were teasers for her upcoming memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey. The phrases were chapter title names, to be exact.
"C'mon, I could never cancel Thanksgiving I just wanted to share a few chapter titles from my memoir #TMOMC," Carey wrote in response to the confusion. Yet, the hardcore Lambily knew the reference. When one fan replied with an interview snippet of Carey declaring that "Thanksgiving is cancelled,” the fan said, "I feel like there’s a bigger story here," MC simply wrote: “There is. #TMOMC."
The memoir, which is set to drop next Tuesday via Andy Cohen Books, was a years-in-the-making project and may or may not include talk about her fling with Eminem. "This book is composed of my memories, my mishaps, my struggles, my survival and my songs," Carey revealed in a message to fans ahead of its release. "Writing this memoir was incredibly hard, humbling and healing. My sincere hope is that you are moved to a new understanding, not only about me but also about the resilience of the human spirit."
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