James Packer should have known better that queen Mariah Carey can’t be sexually aroused by any other song except her hit track “Hero”. Another woman’s song can’t be right for her sexual needs.
Image shows engaged couple Mariah Carey and James Packer.
Mimi reportedly threw out their laptop from a window after the Australian billionaire played Beyonce’s song in bed, trying to get her in the mood for sex.
His “thoughtless change of routine” could have been a deliberate attempt aimed at provoking the pop diva.
Yes. Because this ‘expensive’ mistake comes barely 3 days after Nick Cannon revealed in an interview with Amber Rose that his ex-wife Mariah must have “Hero” playing in the background while they get their groove on.
Did James just let jealousy take over his heart? The gentleman must have felt really bad after reading on the news that everyone knows what his adored queen likes in bed. Hmmm!
Reports confirm that James, 48, chose to play Bey’s “Crazy in Love” instead of the usual “Hero”.
A source told The Fix: “Oh boy, was that a disaster!
“Mariah threw the computer that was playing it via speakers out the window!
“Seriously, she just trashed it.
“She ran out of the room screaming.’
The insider continued: “So the night was obviously finished for James, and they retreated to separate parts of the house.
“And she had a few glasses of wine to cool down.”
The source added: “He has learned never, ever to play another female artist in the house.
“It’s either Mariah, jazz or classical!”
Mariah is a top-class celebrity and she sure has a history of diva behavior. Blame in on the money, fame and social status as a billionaire’s queen. You’ll be darn right.
The pop diva got a London hotel to do her bidding in 2005, after she requested that they roll out a red carpet with candles lined by the sides as she arrives.
Mimi reportedly demanded for an $85,000 antique table to be used for signing autographs, she sure had it done immediately.
When you’re Mariah Carey, you have whatever you need.
The 46-year-old singer revealed in the past that she “sleeps with 20 humidifiers in her room, to make sure her voice is kept in tip-top shape”.
In her words: “Basically, it’s like sleeping in a steam room.
“The bed is all toweling cloth, the ceiling is sloped so the water can’t fall on my head, and it drips down to my side. My TV is behind glass.”