Cardi B Defends Her Grammy Win in Expletive-Filled Video

Deanna Kelley
February 12, 2019

"The nerves are so bad", she said. "Maybe I should start smoking weed". People quickly assumed Grande was taking shots at Cardi B, so Grande quickly clarified, "nothing to do w her. good for her. i promise. i'm sorry", adding in another, "that's not what i meant and u know that".

Cardi B creates history at last night's Grammy Awards.

In yet another video, she continued to share her gratitude for all the support. Like we said, the moment was NBD for the recent Grammy victor, as she continued the performance like the professional she is.

While there are arguments over whether she deserved the album or not, most people - including legends Lil Kim and Remy Ma - are more than happy for her. Her necklace fell off mid-song but she kept on going.

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It was a bold gamble given her lack of experience, but her love of spectacle and fast-talking style helped ensure it paid off. Every chart that there was, my album was top 10.

The pop star, who won best pop vocal album for "Sweetener" earlier in the evening, also liked a few tweets that signified her true feelings about the award.

Excitedly upping the volume, she cried: 'I'm thankful for everyone who works with me, I'm thankful for all my friends that be texting me sometimes just for nothing, for my music team, for everybody, my family, I want to thank God'.

Packed with behind-the-scenes footage of Offset laying down tracks in the studio, performing on stage for sold-out shows and Facetiming his son, the first half of the teaser gives an intimate look at the rapper's journey to the album.

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