Published: Mon, February 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Ariana Grande Is Not Upset with Cardi B, Explains Her Grammys Tweet

Ariana Grande Is Not Upset with Cardi B, Explains Her Grammys Tweet

The Grammys like Cardi B and she likes it like that.

Mac Miller, real name Malcolm McCormick, was 26 when he passed away at his San Fernando Valley, California, on 7 September previous year, from a drug overdose.

The Migos rapper, 27, revealed the release date of his upcoming solo album and accompanying documentary on Sunday evening, sharing a video montage of himself in the recording studio, FaceTiming with his son, performing on stage - and being in the room during the July 10 birth of daughter Kulture Kiari, his first child with wife Cardi B.

Ariana has since replied to people's comments (although those also seem to have been deleted) clarifying that the shade was not intended at Cardi B but just at the situation that Mac didn't win. She deleted all five immediately after, but INSIDER was able to confirm their existences.

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

She wrote "fuck", "bullshit" and "literal bullshit" one after the other before quickly deleting the posts.

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See what else she tweeted below.

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.

It may have taken them three and a half hours, but Cardi B and Lady Gaga finally crossed paths inside the 2019 Grammys.

"And you wanna know something?"

"You, husband, thank you", Cardi said to Offset. "Thank you so much". "It was when my creativity and self-expression [were] stifled by you that I decided not to attend".

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