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

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There was also flak from fellow singer Ariana Grande, who went on a rant on social media when Cardi B went onstage to win the award.

"Cardi B is feeling great today after her big win last night", a source EXCLUSIVELY told HollywoodLife on February 11.

On Monday, Nicki announced that she wasn't headlining the BET Experience or the BET Awards later this year.

'I love you Cardi.

Nicki Minaj says she's been 'bullied into staying quiet for 7 years out of fear'.

It's completely adorable and innocent and Cardi B must be protected at all costs, check out a recording of the since-deleted video below.

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Gaga posted a silly video of herself celebrating her Grammy and BAFTA wins by dancing backstage to Cardi B's Grammy-nominated hit "I l Like It" off her album "Invasion of Privacy", which refers to the pop star by name. "I worked hard for my motherf-ing album". With well over a dozen women dancing along with her to the song and a talented pianist centerstage, there was a lot for audience members and fans watching along at home to take in.

The BET tweet prompted Cardi B to pull out of BET's upcoming BET Festival this summer.

And to the real Cardi fan or Grammy staffer who gifted her that bouquet - nice song pick.

Minaj dropped the microphone on Twitter, saying: "Young Money will no longer be apart of the BET Experience or award show".

After deleting the video, the I Like It rapper then posted a photo caption in which she explained how hard she had worked on her record. "I locked myself in the studio for 3 months.Didn't go to sleep in my bed sometimes for four days, pregnant. while everybody was harassing me like 'You can't do it'".

He started out by writing on Twitter, "I don't never wanna be propped up by tearing somebody else down". So I'm sharing this Grammy with you, motherfucker.