Cardi B Defends Grammy Win: I Worked Hard for My Motherf***ing Album

Cardi B Defends Grammy Win: I Worked Hard for My Motherf***ing Album

Cardi B Defends Grammy Win: I Worked Hard for My Motherf***ing Album

Cardi, who joined Bruno Mars for his "Finesse" performance a year ago, was a powerhouse as she got the crowd going with her song, "Money".

In yet another video, she continued to share her gratitude for all the support.

When Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy was announced as the victor for Best Rap Album, besting Pusha-T, Nipsey Hussle, Travis Scott, and the late Mac Miller, Grande sounded off on the timeline with "trash" in reference to the decision.

On the same day the album promo was shared on social media, Cardi was joined on stage by her husband when she picked up the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album. "Maybe I need to start smoking weed". So I'm sharing this Grammy with you, motherf--! I'm not just saying thank you because she's my daughter.

Cardi B told the crowd she found out she was pregnant before her album was completed. I had to shoot videos while I was still not showing.

She grew tearful as she said: "I want to thank all the artists that took their time and their verses for my album". Her rap peers including Lil Kim and Remy Ma all congratulate her on her Grammy win. "It was very long nights".

"I like boardin' jets, I like mornin' sex", she raps in her current hit "Money", which she performed at the Grammys on a rhinestone-encrusted piano.

Grande has repeatedly paid homage to Miller since he died of an accidental overdose in September; she has posted photos and videos of him on Instagram and numerous songs on her new album, released on Friday, appear to be written about him.

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