Mariah Carey Says Son Moroccan, 9, Was Bullied by a White Supremacist: 'This Is the World We Live in'

Mariah Carey talks about her family's encounters with racism.
During an appearance on Watch What Happens Live Thursday, the music icon discussed her most recent memory, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, and shared that her 9-year-old son, Moroccan, was recently bullied by a white supremacist.
"Rocky was bullied the other day by a white supremacist who he thought was his friend," Carey, 50, told host Andy Cohen. “It's like crazy. This is the world we live in. "
Although her memoir was completed before the current Black Lives Matter movement, Carey, who is biracial, said the book was "so timely".
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The "Hero" singer even reads the chapters dealing with the race against Moroccans and his twin sister Monroe, whom Carey shares with ex-Nick Cannon.
"I read them chapters that will help me illustrate my encounters with racism and how they can then have a better understanding and ultimately a greater reservoir to deal with the situation themselves," said Carey.
The superstar singer discussed some of those encounters with Cohen, including a case where she was “traumatized” as a young girl by teachers who insisted she used the wrong colored pencil in a drawing by her father who is black. In another incident, Carey said a friend of hers burst into tears after meeting her father.
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"It's been a fight for me since I knew there was such a thing as a race," she said. "And the only reason I noticed it so early on was because it became an issue of humiliation for me as a kid."
Further in the book, Carey recalled another “traumatic moment” with girls she thought were friends and stated that she read this chapter to that daughter to discuss the experience. After that, the 9-year-old had the sweetest reaction.
“I let her hear that and it was really cute, she says, 'Mom, these girls, they are feeling so bad now. I bet they wish they could be your friend, "said Carey.
To combat systemic racism, consider learning from or donating to these organizations:
• Campaign Zero is committed to ending police brutality in America through research-proven strategies.
• ColorofChange.org is working to make the government more responsive to racial differences.
• The National Cares Mentoring Movement provides social and academic support to help black youth achieve success in college and beyond.

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