Cardi B deletes Instagram following expletive rant about negativity surrounding her Grammys win


Cardi B accepted the award for Best Rap Album with Invasion Of Privacy at the Grammys on Sunday (Photo: ROBYN BECK/AFP/Getty Images)

Cardi B exploded at Instagram fans on Monday night before abruptly disabling her profile.

The rap artist went off about negative comments surrounding her Grammy Awards 2019 win, saying she ‘worked her ass off’ to make the album that won.

Cardi reminded fans that she was pregnant while making Invasion of Privacy, which helped her make history as the first female solo artist to win a Grammy for Best Rap Album at Sunday’s ceremony.

‘I’m sick of this shit,’ she said, in a video that has not disappeared with her profile.

‘I work hard for my motherfucking album. I remember last year when everyone was saying Cardi got snubbed but now there’s a problem?

Cardi had an epic night at the Grammys (Picture: Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock)

‘My album went two-times platinum my n***** in every chart that there was, my album was always Top 10. Number 1 album as well.

‘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.’

The musician then deleted her Instagram profile, refusing to take ‘any more shit’.

Cardi thanked her baby daughter Kulture in her acceptance speech on Sunday night because her pregnancy gave her the determination to finish the album.

She explained: ‘When I found out I was pregnant, my album wasn’t complete, I had three songs done.

‘I had to shoot videos while I was still not showing. It was very long nights.’

Initially, she was thrilled about the win, celebrating until 6am saying that she was ‘so thankful and so grateful’.

‘This shit is crazy,’ she said. ‘Every award is special to me, from Grammys, AMAs, Billboards, Nickelodeon, awards I get in another motherfucking country, I don’t give a fuck.’

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