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9 Times (And Counting) Mariah Was Shadier Than Slim Shady

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First, can we all just collectively celebrate the VERY anticipated reality show starring the diva herself ?. That’s right, Mariah Carey is FINALLY getting her own reality show for E!. We anticipate it’ll be full of shade because that’s what we’ve come to know her and love her for. Let’s take a look at Mariah’s shadiest moments through the decades!

Who can forget when Mariah Carey set the world on fire when she shaded JLo?

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JLo, who? She did it so effortlessly, we couldn’t get enough.

And years later, she is sticking to that story, boo. #IStillDontKnowHer

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#ShadeKween

She even came at Christina Aguilera after being asked if the two were vocally equal?

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In her head, is that even a question?

In another instance, they asked Mariah if she thinks Xtina’s a cool person in general, she straight up said…

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Like, she has NO chill.

Not even being on national live TV could calm her shade, especially when talking about who has a Billboards Hot 100 No. 1 Hit… ? at you, Nicki.

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She’s so bold she has no prob throwing shade in person.

And then there’s the time Andy Cohen asked her to say something nice about Eminem.

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Okay. She was asked to say three nice things. The other two were: “Everyone loves them around the world and they’re tasty; peanut or you can have the regular kind.” Dead.

She even has enough shade for several people at once, like when ex-husband Nick Cannon would talk about their sex life…

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…to wishing Ariana Grande enough luck to achieve the same longevity she achieved.

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To be fair, someone did ask her if she thought the Italian pop star was a mini-Mariah…

Watch Mariah Carey’s shadiest interview ever below.

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READ: One Of The World’s Top Recording Artists Reveals She’s Latina, Not Irish Like Everyone Thought

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These Young Mexican-Americans Just Wrote A Corrido For Bernie Sanders

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These Young Mexican-Americans Just Wrote A Corrido For Bernie Sanders

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El Quemazón is a Thing

Pancho VillaGregorio Cortez. 9/11. El Chapo’s tunnel escape. These are just a few individuals and events whose stories have been commemorated in a corrido. Now, thanks to Grupo La Meta, a Mexican-American group from Modesto, Calif., you can add Bernie Sanders to that list.

In true corrido fashion, the nearly three minute-long song starts by telling Sanders’s origin, referencing his upbringing in Brooklyn, and finishes off with a greater message. In this case, that message is that Sanders, according to the songwriters, is good for the Latino community.

Juve Quintana, the 26-year-old author of the song, told Buzzfeed News that he was largely inspired by the seemingly lack of recognition the Vermont Senator has with the larger Latino community.

“I thought what can I do so the Hispanics, the paisanos, the Mexicans vote for him?,” Quintana said. “Everyone I speak to says ‘I’m going to vote for Hillary’ and I say ‘Have you heard of Bernie Sanders?” And they say ‘No, I don’t even know who that is.’”

This, of course, isn’t the first time that young Latinos have hinted at the fact that older Latinos don’t know about Sanders. Earlier this month we wrote about a group of young activists spreading the Bern to their elders in Illinois.

In the aforementioned Buzzfeed interview, Quintana said he would love to perform at a Bernie Sanders rally in California, something the Sanders camp said they’d be open to. This wouldn’t be a bad idea. After all, despite the data that suggests young Latinos are feeling the Bern, he’s lost most states that have a sizable Latino population. Sanders has lost most states At this point, he needs all the help he can get, especially in California, where he’s got about a 14 percent chance of winning that primary.

Register to vote today by downloading the Latinos Vote app for iOS and Android. Our voice matters. #WeAreAmerica

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