With the pain of separation still lingering in their hearts, the couple – Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey – are playing hide and seek with their true emotions.
Mariah released her “Infinity” track:
…“Why you mad? Talking about you’re mad? Could it be that you just lost the best you ever had? … Name hold weight like kilos. Boy, you actin’ so corny like Fritos.
“Wouldn’t have none of that without me, though.”
“Why you tryin’ to play like you’re so grown? Everything you own boy, you still owe.”
Interested public have dissected the song and have assumptions that the lyrics couldn’t be for anyone except Nick Cannon.
Now Nick has got one track released on SoundCloud as ‘Oh Well’ with the following lyrics:
“All you needed was a n—- with the money, cars and cribs,” Cannon, 35, raps.
“I still feel bitter about it,”
“You leaving the house. You f—ing that n—-, giving me a reason to bounce. Oh well.”
“Do you remember that one night when neither one of us would act right? And sleeping together just didn’t feel right? People on TV be happy but this is real life. You know you be wrong, but I should chill, right?”
“She didn’t like when I was broke, but she missed the old me. Wait, girl – you got me confused.”
“One day I’ll probably miss ya,” he says. “Off drugs and lots of liquor. Until then, I’ll holla at ya.”
“Baby girl, don’t cry. I won’t lie. Our relationship was a lie, but baby some die. I guess we parted, that’s all. Oh well.”
The song has been seen as a response to Mimi’s earlier diss track but her ex-husband Nick doesn’t want the public to see it as such. He maintains that the woman in the track is not his ex-wife Mariah Carey.
In response to the speculations, Nick posted on twitter as a continuation of the tom and jerry story:
“Sorry to disappoint the bottom feeders but you won’t be hearing any diss records from me unless it’s about the GOVERNMENT! LOL”