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Mariah Carey shades J-Lo and Lil' Scrappy gets engaged

Mariah Carey continues to deny knowing J-Lo. She was recently asked during a promo stop on "Watch What Happens Live". She did admit to coming face to face with her and shaking her hand and waving but she says she's never had a convo with her, thus her not knowing her. I get what she's saying when she explained herself but there was still some shadiness to the whole thing. Mariah also threw shade at Nicki Minaj if you want to call it that. When asked about it, Mariah pretty much refused to answer and directed the question towards Andy Cohen. On a much lighter note, she did reveal a secret behind the making of "We Belong Together". She shared that L.A. Reid was coming to listen to the song but she had not finished it. She was in a rush to finish it so instead of doing her famous ad-libs near the end of the song, she just belted out the last few notes which is what we hear and love today. Interesting! In other music news, Lil' Scrappy and Bambi from "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta" are engaged. Currently what we're seeing on TV, the pair are not together. Congrats to the both of them! Joe Jackson, the patriarch to the Jackson family is reportedly in the hospital and is not doing well. The family is said to be by his side. For more music news, gossip, rumors, and my personal commentary, check back again later. Thanks for reading! :)
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