Cardi B posts expletive filled rant about Grammys negativity after Ariana Grande’s diss – Irish Mirror
12 February 2019 MUSIC
The fallout from Cardi B winning Best Rap Album at the 61st Grammy Awards is continuing at apace, with the 26-year-old rapper posting an epic expletive filled rant before deleting her Instagram account.
Her 40.7 million followers were treated to a couple minutes of Cardi B sounding off in reaction to the negative feelings being shared about her winning the top award.
Pop singer Ariana Grande was the highest profile objector to Cardi B’s win, hitting out on Twitter after her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller was overlooked, following his death.
Cardi B has deleted her Instagram account after an expletive-ridden rant
Cardi B performs onstage during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards
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Ariana first tweeted ‘trash,’ followed up by ‘f***’ and then ‘bull****’ in a third tweet.
She finished it up with: ‘literal bull****,’ before deleting all the posts.
Along with a swathe of negativity towards Cardi B has led to the opinionated performer to share her thoughts on the situation, before removing herself from social media.
Speaking about working on Invasion of Privacy, Cardi B said that she, “worked her ass off,” and that she had stayed up for, “four days straight,” despite being pregnant at the time.
There had been rumblings on social media that Cardi B was an undeserving winner but she took down the trolls in the only way she knows how.
Cardi B winning Best Rap Album has caused controversy
During the lengthy rant, Cardi said: “I f***ing worked my ass off, locked myself in the studio for three months, didn’t go to sleep in my own bed, sometimes for four days straight – pregnant!”
Cardi B has deleted her social media pages before, only to return once she’s cooled off.
Whether she will return this time remains to be seen, as she was incandescent with rage about how her win has been received.
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