Cardi B Defends Her Grammy Win in Expletive-Filled Video

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At first, some thought she was referring to Cardi's win, but Grande later clarified that it had "nothing to do w her".

This came after a since-deleted clip of herself using very colorful language while ranting about the criticism she has received over her Best Rap Album win which made her the first solo female ever to win the prize. It's because, you know, when I found out I was pregnant, my album was not complete. "What you saw was her saying the cuss words that they didn't play", one of her defenders tweeted, adding that she "rocked" and that it was the best performance of the night.

The 26-year-old rapper's decision to deactivate the profile comes after a slew of hateful comments about her win at the Grammys.

She said: "He was like 'You gonna have this baby and you gonna make this album'". "Cardi got snubbed!' Now, this year's a f*cking problem?"

The confusion likely started over what the card said, which quoted lyrics from Petty's 1966 song "Walls (Circus)": "You've got a big heart". She won for her debut album "Invasion of Privacy", beating out Nipsey Hussle, Pusha T, Travis Scott and the late Mac Miller.

US team in Beijing for trade talks
During that operation, a Chinese destroyer came within 45 yards of the U.S. warship, forcing it to maneuver to avoid a collision. The US is "determined to stir up trouble in the South China Sea, create tension and undermine peace", Hua said .

And while Cardi may feel frustrated with the horde of detractors, many of her peers - including Chance the Rapper - continue to sing her praises.

Tonight, Cardi performed "Money" during the ceremony.

"I'm sorry, I just, oh the nerves are so bad", she said.

'A b**** is really hurt out here but, um, the performance was fantastic'.

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