Diva gone wild



May 6, 2016
Diva gone wild

Mariah Carey having fun on the Cobra at Ratanga Junction.

Mariah Carey went bos at Ratanga Junction

Mariah Carey took a day off from being a diva and showed her wild side while on tour in Cape Town.

The singer visited the Ratanga Junction to celebrate her twins’ fifth birthday after her Sweet Sweet Fantasy concert on April 26, and apparently got vrot gesuip too.

A source reveals the star “drank like a fish and pigged out on food” during her stay in the Mother City.

The star is also believed to have shot scenes for a reality TV show while she was here.

Ratanga Junction’s General Manager, Bill Taylor, confirmed the superstar and her kids, Monroe and Moroccan, as well as her entourage of staff and their children, spent hours at the park on the Saturday after the show at Cape Town Stadium.

The twins turned five on April 30.

A picture of Mariah screaming her head off on the adrenaline-rush Cobra ride was posted on the park’s Facebook page.

Bill tells the Daily Voice that Mariah and her mense “had a blast” at Ratanga Junction.

He says: “I can confirm there was a party for her twins which began late afternoon after most of our guests left.”

“She was also filming her TV reality show [an eight-part documentary called Mariah’s World] at the same time, which is good for the Western Cape.

“Mariah went on the Cobra; she was on the Crazy bus, Lady Bug and went three times on the Congo Queen.

“Monroe and Moroccan had a blast.”

But according to a source who travelled with the group, the twins are spoilt and behaved badly all the time.

The insider revealed: “Every departure took that long because the kids are brats and dictate which vehicle [Mariah] drives in.”


“The screaming was the worst, they would scream if she drove in a separate vehicle unless she had ‘permission’ from them.

The source added: “Mariah eats constantly. Every night they ate at Nobu [restaurant] and Mariah drinks so much alcohol till the point that she can hardly walk.”

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