Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Culture&Arts | By Dora Pope

Cardi B deactivates Instagram after Grammys win

Cardi B deactivates Instagram after Grammys win

"Cardi B is feeling great today after her big win last night", a source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife on February 11.

Cardi B was nominated for four other Grammys this year, Album of the Year for her debut album Invasion of Privacy, Record of the Year for I Like It, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for Girls Like You and Best Rap Performance for Be Careful.

Clearly upset, she posted an enraged video online, pointing out that when she was overlooked in 2018 the same people supported her music.

The BET tweet prompted Cardi B to pull out of BET's upcoming BET Festival this summer.

Here's the video in question.

Cardi B, who finished her album when she was heavily pregnant also said some songs didn't even make the prize winning album due to her stuffy nose.

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"That's not my style and that's not what I'm with", Cardi said, adding, "I don't support that". "However, I been taking a lot of s- today, I'm seeing a lot of bull- today and I saw a lot of s- last night. I work hard for my motherfucking album". My album went two-time platinum, my n--. We know you're pregnant.

Nicki Minaj label boss Lil Wayne is siding with her in her feud with BET.

The song smashed the charts, overtaking pop princess Taylor Swift to snag number one on the Billboard Hot 100 - the first woman rapper to take the top spot since legend Lauryn Hill did so in 1998.

But it seems as though the trolls didn't stop coming for her, leading to her posting a now deleted video on the same social media account, in which she does not hold back.

Someone at BET (clearly a Cardi fan) took to the network's official Twitter account to throw shade Nicki's way.

Looking deep into her eyes, he said: "I just wanted to say I am sorry bro in front of the world".

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