Mariah Carey is being lauded by fans after her decision to delay celebrations marking 30 years in the music industry.

The 50-year-old “Hero” singer instead encouraged her followers to use their platforms to “educate, inform and invoke change.”

The move came after a fan page supporting Carey posted a tribute to the music star on the anniversary of the release of her debut album.

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In response to the post, Carey explained the deferral of her celebration.

“I had planned to share some surprises and rarities with you, but prefer to postpone them to a later date,” she explained.

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The powerhouse performer continued: “As we continue to fight for equality and justice within our broken systems, I thank you for using your platforms to educate, inform and invoke change.”

Carey’s fans praised her for making the “right” decision.

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The announcement comes after Blackout Tuesday on June 2, which saw personalities from across the music and entertainment industries muting content out of respect for the Black Lives Matter movement.