Nicki Minaj Says She Was ''Bullied Into Staying Quiet'' by Grammys


After becoming the first solo woman to win the award for "Best Rap Album", Cardi took to Instagram to share footage of the bruises on her leg that she gained after her energetic performance of "Money" during the ceremony. B reflected on the 2018 Grammy Awards and how she did not win either of the two awards her song "Bodak Yellow" was nominated for.

Then Cardi B deleted her Instagram account, thanks to haters raining on her major Grammy win. "Now this year's a f- problem?!"

"I worked hard for my (expletive) album!" she said, before letting loose.

Obviously taken aback by the moment, Cardi had to hold the hand of her Migos member husband, Offset, during her speech.

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TV network, BET has apologised to Nicki Minaj following the network's inappropriate shade at her after Cardi B won at the Grammys.

Nicki Minaj has finally come up for air after Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking to Twitter to pull out of the BET Awards and subsequent BET Experience. Summer Tour dates dropping soon'. "I don't support that". In it, the network said it "deeply apologizes for the hurt, disappointment and confusion" caused by the social media post. Less than 24 hours after the initial tweet was sent, the "Barbie Dreams" rapper replied with a tweet of her own. "We have supported her from the very beginning of her career and will continue to do so moving forward", the network said in a statement.

Before the apology, Nicki shared a lot of messages from fans slamming BET for its joke, and even encouraged one follower to ask for a refund for the festival in June.

Anyway, we hope she's doing great, and she has plenty of time to rest these days. "We understand Nicki's position and look forward to continuing our dialogue with her".