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Mariah Carey Forced To Walk in the Rain After Sprinter Van Breaks Down In NYC

By Whitney Vasquez

Mariah Carey had a non-diva moment when she was forced to walk in the rain due to car troubles and enjoyed every second of it!

The "Caution" singer walked the New York City streets with an umbrella and her bodyguard after her Mercedes sprinter van broke down on Thursday.

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Revealing she was on her way to Camp Mariah -- her kids summer camp focused on the arts -- when the incident happened, the singer documented the turn of events.

Saying the sprinter stopped about 8 times, MiMi said, "We're in the middle of the road, stopping traffic we don't really know what to do."

Holding her black umbrella and walking in heels in the pouring rain, the rumored diva sure didn't act like one considering her day.

Mariah was even stopped during her stroll by fans who couldn't believe their eyes.

One driver paused her vehicle in the middle of the street just to declare her love for MiMi.

During her walk, Mariah even serenaded lucky passersby while shining light on the #ObsessedChallenge moment happening on Tik Tok.

Fans are going nuts over the challenge, which involves a short and catchy choreographed dance to her "Obsessed With Me" hit.

Somehow Mariah found out about it and busted out her acoustic version on the city streets.


Mariah's impromptu meet and greets and her spin on the Tik Tok challenge wasn't the only awesome things the Grammy winner did during her excursion.

She also surprised employees of a bodega by stopping into the shop and spending some quality time with employees -- one who had actually been obsessed with MiMi for years!


Her NYC stroll came just days after Mariah had another non-diva moment.

After news spread that Lil Nas X had broken her record for most consecutive weeks on top of Billboard's chart with his hit "Old Town Road," MiMi congratulated the young star by literally passing the torch.

Mariah's song “One Sweet Day" with Boyz II Men had previously held the record since its release in 1995.

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