Ariana Grande Clarifies Tweets About Cardi B's 'Best Rap Album' Win

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Ariana Grande shared her thoughts on the GRAMMYs, after they gave the award for "Best Rap Album" to Cardi B, instead of Mac Miller.

While accepting the award, she appreciated her estranged husband, Offset and his Migos group; and all the artists featured on the album for their support.

During the 2019 Grammys, the 27-year-old rapper announced plans to release his solo album and a documentary.

She was clearly overwhelmed at the win, pausing early in her speech to say, "the nerves are so bad".

But, the debate continues with no signs of ending.

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Cardi B is just the fifth woman ever nominated in the category, which was created in 1995.

Nearly three years after Cardi B tweeted about how much Lady Gaga impacted her life when she was a teenager, the two finally met in the crowd at the Grammy Awards and folks, the pictures are too much for my cold, dead heart.

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.

"And you wanna know something?" "We love you", Cardi wrote, before tagging husband Offset, sister Hennessy Carolina and Hennessy's girlfriend. "We was like, 'We have to get this album done so I can shoot these videos before I am showing.' It was very long nights".

Click the YouTube video below to relive the moment from the 61st annual Grammy Awards broadcast.

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