Nicki Minaj Calls Out Grammy Producer, Claims She Was Bullied Into Silence

Posted February 13, 2019

Popular American rapper, Cardi B, on Sunday night, became the first solo female rapper to win the Grammy for Best Rap Album at the 61st ceremony. The paper described her as "waving at fans like a queen taking a horse and carriage ride".

It was likely very poor timing on the "7 Rings" singers side of things when Ariana Grande tweeted out "trash" just has Cardi B won.

Grande and Miller dated for two year before breaking up in May 2018.

'NASA', the third track from Ariana Grande's new album thank u, next led to a Twitter exchange between her and the space agency's official account. From Grammys 2019 winners to Michelle Obama performing, the annual music award show had everything but Ariana Grande. She deleted all five immediately after, but INSIDER was able to confirm their existences.

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Miller had been nominated, and Grande had clearly been holding out for a posthumous honour.

An emotional Cardi accepted the award next to her husband, Offset.

With that in mind, Ariana spent last night (Feb 10) watching the event and live-tweeting her thoughts about it from home like the rest of us.

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She also criticised the academy for inviting his parents to the show to watch him lose.

Many fans noticed Grande's reaction before she deleted the tweets and most assumed that her harsh words were directed towards Miller's loss, rather than Cardi's win. She later clarified she wasn't criticizing Cardi B. "And everyone, including me, was kind of like, 'this is not the version.' But I was also trying to be protective, you know?"

She said to one person: "Nothing to do w her. good for her".

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