Mariah goes bowling with son

LOS ANGELES-Mariah Carey enjoyed a special night of bonding with her son.

The 47-year-old singer took to social media to share a picture of her and her six-old-son Moroccan having a night together at a private bowling alley. Captioning the picture on her Instagram account alongside the heart eyes emoji, she wrote: ‘’Bowling with dat boy.’’ Earlier last week, Mariah shared a snap of her and ex-husband Nick Cannon celebrating Marthin Luther King day together with Moroccan, six, and his twin sister Monroe. Posting a picture of the family at Kidspace Children’s Museum in California, she wrote: ‘’Celebrating today in honour of the Reverend D Martin Luther King Junior at the Kidspace Children’s Museum.’ Mariah is currently dating 24-year-old dancer Bryan Tanaka, who recently praised the great relationship she has with her family. He said: ‘’It’s magical for her and the kids, you know. It’s so special to see her legacy sharing the stage with her, just to get that essence. They’re born into it, you know? So, it’s super-special to her and special to be a part of it and see them grow with that in their eyes. Just being with her – to share a passion of performing and music. Sharing a special moment and a special thing we both cherish so much – it’s magical, just doing it together.’’ Nick – who was married to Mariah for eight years – has ruled out getting married again, at least not yet, as he wants to focus on his children – Moroccan, Monroe and 11-month-old son Golden. Nick said: ‘’I do have a theory, if I’m not good at something I ain’t going to keep messing it up.


So relationships, my theory on it is I’d much rather look at bettering myself and having a friend, as opposed to trying to jump into something and be responsible for someone else’s happiness. I’m not ready yet.

I still feel like I have a lot to go and my kids are my number one focus, so anything besides that I can’t really sign up for it right now.’’


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