Mariah Carey celebrates memoir release with her adorable twin kids, fans proud of her for 'telling her truth'
After the release of her memoir, Mariah Carey has taken to her social media to celebrate and share the joy with her fans with adorable photographs of her family.
"It's been a long road. finally celebrating #TheMeaningOfMariahCarey," the singer wrote in her caption on Instagram, alongside two photos of Carey, her 9-year-old twins Moroccan Scott Cannon and Monroe Cannon. In the first adorable snap, Mariah is seen sitting close to her children in front of balloons and decor that read, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey", and in the second pic the family is joined by writer Michaela Angela Davis.
Davis is a writer on African-American style, race, gender and hip-hop culture in the United States and she is the one who wrote Carey's memoir. She became the associate fashion, culture and executive fashion and beauty editor for Essence magazine and was the founding fashion director for Vibe magazine. Additionally, Davis was the last editor-in-chief of Honey, a magazine for 18- to 34-year-old Black women. Davis has contributed to many projects such as Greg Tate's book 'Everything But the Burden: What White People are Taking from Black Culture'.
Fans were quick to react to Mariah's post. "You should be very proud, my Mimi!!!" a fan commented on the post. Another fan shared, "THE MEMOIR IS SO AMAZING SO PROUD, LOVE YOU MARIAH." One said, "I’m loving the book and audible!"
One fan wrote, "This book was just incredible, the past couple days there’s been laughs, cries, and many revelations. i’m so proud of you for telling YOUR story and YOUR truth, love you." Another fan shared, "you’re so strong and deserve the world, you mean so much to me and i now understand you in such a different perspective. love you QUEEN!!."
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Titled 'The Meaning of Mariah Carey', the iconic singer's book was published on September 29. The book has been described in a press statement, according to Entertainment Weekly, as telling an "unfiltered story" of Carey's "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". 'The Meaning of Mariah Carey' also shares previously untold experiences.