Mariah Carey Talks About Banging Derek Jeter

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SJ - September 30, 2020

Mariah Carey has a new book out, "The Meaning of Mariah Carey."  In the book the singer talks about banging Yankees star Derek Jeter.

According to Mariah, she was still married to Tommy Mottola when she met and started her relationship with Jeter.  She also says, as she details the first time they had sex, that he was the second person she ever slept with.

Several of Mariah's songs are about her short-lived relationship with five-time World Series champion.

From TooFab:

After Carey finally got her divorce papers process -- traveling to the Dominican Republic to get it done "with the quickness" -- she flew straight to Tampa, where she and Derek finally consummated the relationship.

"Neither of us had wanted to cheapen our romance by cheating on my marriage," she said, adding that the first time they had sex was "so sensual" and claiming he was only the second person she'd slept with, ever.

"Everything was so new and sweet, down to the smooth texture of his honey-dipped skin. It was how it was supposed to feel," she added.

While the relationship was "the catalyst" she needed "to get out from under Tommy's gripping control and in touch" with her sensuality, it didn't last.

Holy shit, could you imagine these two at the height of their powers hitting the sheets.  There would be honey-dipped skin all over the place.  It would have been quite the scene.

I don't know how much of banging she gets into in the book, but this part about Jeter just helps to cement his legendary status as a true cocksman of his day.

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