Despite the lack of big names in hip-hop performing at the 61st annual Grammy Awards, it didn't stop Cardi B from channeling her own high school performing days on stage for her own show-stopping performance. "She saying mama!" she wrote on Instagram alongside the video.
The rapper ended her speech by praising her husband.
Offset is giving fans an unprecedented and unfiltered look into his life - including a glimpse of Cardi B in the delivery room.
"I remember, last year, when I didn't won [sic] for "Bodak Yellow, ' everybody was like, 'Cardi got snubbed!"More news: Beto vs. Trump: Dueling rallies along the US-Mexico border
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However plenty of people had Cardi B's back - such as Chance The Rapper who said the trophy was "overly deserved" and praised her album for its "front to back hits". Cardi got snubbed! Now this year's a f***ing problem?
"My album went #1 and spend [sic] 21 weeks straight on billboard top ten! Number one album, as well".
The release date is then revealed to be February 22. So I'm sharing this Grammy with you, motherfucker.
Even though the rapper has been dealing with trolls, she does have supportive fans in her corner and took to Twitter to thank those people for standing by her.
Referring to Offset and his rap group, Cardi added: 'I want to thank all the artists who took their time with my verses. Like we said, the moment was NBD for the recent Grammy victor, as she continued the performance like the professional she is.