Mariah Carey shuts down son Moroccan’s request to greet fan on TikTok as she tells 9-year-old 'I'm on a business call!'

MARIAH Carey shut down her son Moroccan's request to greet a fan in a new TikTok video.

During the adorable clip, the singer told the 9-year-old that she was busy and "on a business call!"



The video began with Moroccan reading a request to "get my mom to react.

The 9-year-old confidently said: "Of course I can do that."

He grabbed the camera and ran to find his famous mother.

During his trip around the house to see Mariah, Moroccan flashed the camera a shot of his colorful shirt and playfully stuck his tongue out.

The camera remained on him as he found Mariah and asked: "Can you say hi to TikTok?"


Mariah asked who she was saying hi to and Moroccan replied: "My fan."

The 50-year old singer stuttered and said: "Tell her I'm on a business call!"

Moroccan left the room and explained to his followers: "Well my mom is not ready to look… be shot at on TikTok."

He added: "Plus she's on business calls."

Mariah shares twins Moroccan and Monroe with ex-husband Nick Cannon.


The former couple got married in 2008 and divorced in 2016.

Nick recently underwent a professional hardship when he was fired from ViacomCBS in July for making "racist" and "anti-semitic" comments during the June 30 episode of his podcast Cannon's Class.

The 39-year-old later apologized for the comments and tweeted: "I hurt an entire community and it pained me to my core, I thought it couldn’t get any worse.

"Then I watched my own community turn on me and call me a sell-out for apologizing. Goodnight. Enjoy Earth."


Back in July, Mariah revealed that she is set to release her first memoir.

The book will reveal all the dark moments in her life, including her "failures and family trauma."

The hitmaker's book, which is titled The Meaning of Mariah, is scheduled to hit shelves on September 29.

The Grammy winner co-wrote the book with Michaela Angela Davis.

Mariah will share stories with fans and readers that have not yet been touched on.

A statement about the book read: "Carey's story is an improbable and inspiring journey of survival and resilience as she struggles through complex issues of race, identity, class, childhood, and family trauma during her meteoric rise to music superstardom.

"By pulling back the curtain on perceptions often told through the filtered lens of media, Carey bravely and beautifully walks through her battles with gender and power dynamics, emotional abuse, public embarrassments, personal failures, and phenomenal victories."


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