Cardi B leaves, at least for now, Instagram – but not before she has the last word.
After criticizing that she did not deserve her best rap album, Grammy Victory, and a social media drama pawing her nemesis Nicki Minaj from the BET network, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper got up annoyed her Instagram with an expletic vocals.
The video, taken by a fan account, has since been deleted and followed by Cardi, 26, who has completely disabled her Instagram.
“It’s not my style for people to get other people to raise someone,” she began in the clip, referring to Nick’s grave BET, which said “after her Grammy victory of hers Top front was pulled “.
“That’s not my style and that’s not what I’m with,” Cardi said, adding, “I do not support that.”
“But I have already taken many of them – today. I see a lot of bulls – today and I saw a lot – last night, and I’m sick of it … I work hard for my mom album, “she said angrily.
The rapper “I Like It” continued her calls, reflecting on the reactions of last year’s Grammys results. Cardi won two nominations for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for their title “Bodak Yellow”, but did not win either.
“I remember last year when I did not win for” Bodak Yellow “and everyone was like” Cardi was disappointed, “she recalls.” Now this year is a problem …! My album has twice won platinum, my n – and every chart that existed, my album was always in tenth place. The first album. “
Cardi defended this year’s victory and found herself “working her ass off” and spent endless hours in the studio, despite being pregnant with her daughter Kulture Kiari, now 7 months old.
“I locked myself in the studio for three months. Sometimes I did not sleep in my bed four days in a row – pregnant! “While she was bothering me,” They will not do it, we know you’re pregnant, your career is over … “
After the passionate video was released and subsequently deleted, Cardi reported on her Instagram what work was needed on Invasion of Privacy, which was captured by PEOPLE, before she canceled her account on Monday.
“I slept migraines in the studio on leather sofas in Atlanta, Miami, away from my family for three months. I have 4 songs that could not do the album because my nose was so blocked that I was bloated. Cardi held a congratulatory post from Chance, the rapper.
“This is over-earned, the album was hit from start to finish. It would be unthinkable not to honor you last night, “wrote the 25-year-old.
“I had looked @offsetyrn and @ brooklyn.johnny for a verse to the world, besides, I was depressed because everyone suspected that I was pregnant, and I was constantly reading Cardi” DUPID “CAREER, WHY WOULD YOU BEGIN TO START YOUR CAREER BABY HAVE? “Cardi continued her husband Offset.
“My album became No. 1 and spent 21 weeks on Billboard Top Ten! Every song is gold or platinum or higher. I listen to my album and cry because I know the hell I made the album is always a bittersweet memory. “
“THANK YOU EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTS AND HEARS ME. I am grateful and grateful and thanks once again to all the artists who have given me a role, “added Cardi.
While Cardi was busy defending their success – and not at the expense of others – Nicki issued two scheduled BET events after the network appeared to have offended them on social media Sunday night during the 2019 Grammy Awards.
BET, Nicki called, congratulated Cardi on her victory for the best rap album – the first time in history ever to be done by a solo woman – in a message that reads: “In the meantime, Nicki Minaj is being carried away by her lace front.”
Minaj, 36, took offense at the post and asked her Monday to announce that she had decided to cancel her appearance at BET Experience and BET Awards later this summer, in which Cardi will also participate.
“Young Money will no longer be separate from the BET Experience or award show,” she tweeted with hearts and a praying hand emoji. “The summer tour dates are quickly falling.”
The network has since apologized for the offensive post.
“BET loves Nicki Minaj, we have supported her from the very beginning of her career and will continue to do so,” representatives of the network told PEOPLE in a statement. “Nicki has paved the way for so many artists and has strengthened her position as one of the most powerful figures in the music industry, but unfortunately the respect we have for Nicki has been violated by this message that should never have been written.”
“The function does not reflect how we feel about Nicki, and furthermore it does not reflect our company values,” they continued. “We apologize for the pain, disappointment and confusion this message has caused, and we are doing everything we can to address the situation … We understand Nicki’s position and look forward to to continue our dialogue with her Finally, we apologize to all her fans, which should never have happened. “