Mariah Carey’s current tourmate Sean Paul came to the singer’s defense in an interview with Adam Graham of the Detroit News. “I’ve seen some people say she doesn’t have much rhythm, and she’s not dancing on stage,” the dancehall sensation said by phone. “I don’t understand why they just don’t appreciate a good voice. I don’t know anybody else who could sing so high it sounds like a whistle, and that, to me, is a special person. When she goes — God bless her, which is going to be many years from now — you’re not going to find that again. You have to respect people for what they do, for their talent, for what God gave them.”
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