To celebrate the 12th anniversary of Mariah careythe 2009 track, “Obsessed”, the R&B singer laughed a bit at Eminem, who she’s had friction with in the past, while also taking on the viral TikTok “Wipe It Down” challenge.
On Wednesday June 16, Mariah posted a video of herself on Instagram wiping a mirror with transition clips of her going from dressed at home with a face mask and hair curlers to a glamor apart. whole. In the last transition, she is dressed in a bandana and cap while wearing a fake goatee. This character looks like the person who followed Mariah in the video she posted for her single “Obsessed”.
She captioned the clip, which was shared on the two TIC Tac and Instagram, “Just for laughs … last year’s lockdown when all I did was erase things #HappyAnniversaryObsessed.” The short video also features a mashup of BMW Kenny’s “Wipe It Down” and Mariah’s own song that she was honoring.
While MiMi said the video was fun, the jab isn’t very far-fetched given his static history with the Detroit rapper. Dating from around 2001, Em claimed he and Mariah Carey dated for six months, which she denied. From that point on, diss records started pouring in, including “Bagpipes From Bagdad”, from Eminemthe 2009 album, Relapse. So, many felt that Mariah Carey’s video for “Obsessed” was a subliminal response to Em, although this is unconfirmed.
Nonetheless, the two performers exchanged disses over the years, ultimately culminating in Mariah’s ex-husband, Nick Cannon, getting involved and spitting out his fair share of words with Em as well as.
In fact, no later than last September, Nick said he would like to talk with Eminem about crushing their beef.
Months earlier, reports had started circulating online that Slim Shady was worried if his alleged relationship with Mariah Carey would be detailed in his now published memoir., The meaning of Mariah Carey.
Check out Mariah Carey’s version of the “Wipe It Down” challenge where she trolls Eminem below.
As a reminder, keep scrolling to see Mariah’s 2009 video for “Obsessed”.
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