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Tuesday
Feb122019

Cardi B deactivates her Instagram after posting video taking down the Grammy haters

Timothy Kuratek/CBSDon't bother checking Cardi B's Instagram for her latest thoughts about her Grammy win, or anything else.  She's deactivated her account.

So far, there's no word on why Cardi pulled the plug, but we can guess.  The move comes after she posted an expletive-filled video Monday, punching back against haters who said she didn't deserve to win the Best Rap Album Grammy.  That video's now gone with her Instagram, but others captured and shared it.

"I’m seeing a lot of b******* today and I saw a lot of s*** last night, and I’m sick of this s***," a clearly angry Cardi said.  "I work hard for my motherf****** album.  I remember last year when I didn’t win for ‘Bodak Yellow’ and everybody was like, ‘Cardi got snubbed.' Now this year’s a f****** problem?"

Cardi goes on to talk about how hard she worked to finish Invasion of Privacy while pregnant, before the birth of daughter Kulture

Cardi also took a few seconds at the top of her video to apparently refer to BET's since-deleted tweet about Nicki Minaj during the Grammys, saying, "Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj is being dragged by her lacefront." 

“It’s not my style for people to put other people down to uplift somebody else,” said Cardi.  “That’s not my style and that’s not what I’m with.  I don’t support that.”

BET's tweet got them dragged online, and earned a promise from Nicki that neither she nor any Young Money artist would "be a part of the BET Experience or award show."

Cardi's Twitter was still active as of early Tuesday morning, and everything there is peace and love.

Cardi's Invasion of Privacy Grammy for Best Rap Album makes her the first solo female artist ever to notch that win.

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