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Cardi B Deletes Instagram After Defending Grammy Win

13 February 2019

On Sunday night in Los Angeles, the unstoppable Bronx native cemented her spot in the upper echelons of hip-hop as the first woman solo artist to win a Best Rap Album Grammy.

Cardi talked about her album's Grammy win over Miller's Swimming in a video on her Instagram page, as People magazine reported.

As a result, Minaj said Monday on social media that she won't perform at the concert or BET Awards.

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Watch her performance below and let us know what you think. "Lift her up & honor her", Gaga continued.

As Cardi B.is enduring the hate from internet trolls, celebrities have been coming to the rapper's defense sharing how proud they are of her win.

Cardi worked damn hard to make the album what it is today, and she is enjoying the benefits that come with hosting a Grammy award to your name. "I've been taking a lot of shit today and I saw a lot of bullshit last night".

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Cardi B and Offset split at the end of a year ago, following a string of allegations Offset had cheated.

Someone at BET (clearly a Cardi fan) took to the network's official Twitter account to throw shade Nicki's way. In response, Cardi went off, posting a video on Instagram saying in part that she's "sick of this s***". "I work hard for my motherfucking album".

Minaj's last album, 2018's Queen, was recently certified platinum by the Recording Institute of America, signifying sales and streams of more than one million, her fourth consecutive album to reach that benchmark.

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'I worked my ass off, locked myself in the studio for three months then went to sleep in my bed for four days straight - pregnant'. In her caption alongside Chance the Rapper's comment, the NY native further explained her process making Invasion of Privacy, writing that she "Slept in the studio on leather sofas for 3 months straight, migraines, in Atlanta in Miami away from my family". "Not just because she's my daughter, it's because when I found I was pregnant, my album was not complete ... we was like, 'We have to get this album done so we can shoot these videos while I was still not showing, ' and it was very long nights". "She feels he's doing everything in his power to get their family back together for good, which is why she wanted to arrive with [Offset] and sit with him at the Grammys", our source revealed.

Cardi B Deletes Instagram After Defending Grammy Win