Rep. Ayanna PressleyAyanna PressleyDemocrats call on CDC to release demographic breakdowns for long-term COVID-19 patients House votes to award medal to Willie O'Ree, first Black NHL player It's time for President Biden to use his vast clemency power MORE (D-Mass.) is looking for whoever “borrowed” her Mariah Carey Christmas album. 

In a series of tweets on Friday, Pressley jokingly expressed her displeasure about the missing album and called for its return. 

“This is a PSA or a warning depending on how you choose to take it. Whomever 'borrowed' my #MariahCare[y]  Christmas vinyl, return it,”  Pressley wrote in her tweet. “You can leave it at my office door, no questions asked.” 


“Y'all got me so heated I'm posting typos #MariahCarey,” Pressley continued. 

In a tweet, Rep. Cheri BustosCheryl (Cheri) Lea BustosSwalwell slams House Republican for touting funding in bill she voted down To boost economy and midterm outlook, Democrats must pass clean energy bill On The Trail: Retirements offer window into House Democratic mood MORE (D-Ill.) suggested she might know something about the missing album.

“Sorry, can't hear you over this 45… ...I don't want a lot for Christmas…,” Bustos said, quoting the opening line from the song “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” 


Mariah Carey offered to give Pressley a new CD of her popular Christmas album. 

“I’ll send you a new one!!,” Carey said in a quoted tweet.

Carey’s offer drew a reaction from Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-CortezAlexandria Ocasio-CortezNew Mexico Democrat tests positive for COVID-19 breakthrough case Warner tests positive for breakthrough COVID-19 case Hispanics sour on Biden and Democrats' agenda as midterms loom MORE (D-N.Y.), who replied with “omg.” followed with crown emojis. 

“Is this really THE one and only, the incomparable, iconic and legendary @MariahCarey aka Mimi?” Pressley replied to Carey’s offer. 

Carey has released several holiday albums over the past two decades including 1994’s “Merry Christmas,” which is one of the best-selling holiday albums ever in the U.S. with some 6 million copies sold.