Cardi B the first woman to win best rap album Grammy

Kevin Winter  Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Kevin Winter Getty Images for The Recording Academy

She thanked him in her acceptance speech, as well as their seven-month-old daughter, Kulture.

Ariana Grande's beef with the Recording Academy appears to be growing despite her win Sunday night for best pop vocal album.

Besting fellow nominees Nipsey Hussle, Pusha T, Travis Scott and the late Mac Miller, the clearly shocked rapper took the stage to deliver a peak Cardi speech.

One particular award touched a nerve with Grande: Cardi B being awarded Best Rap Album. She deleted all five immediately after, but INSIDER was able to confirm their existences.

Miller was Grande's ex who died of a drug overdose in September 2018. "NO." she said in another deleted response to a fan. Grande and Miller dated for two years before they announced their split in May.

At first, some thought she was referring to Cardi's win, but Grande later clarified that it had "nothing to do w her".

"NO", she added in another tweet.

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Ariana Grande seemed pretty upset over Mac Miller's posthumous loss at this year's Grammy Awards.

Cardi B is up for three Grammys this year.

"And you wanna know something?" Naturally, the track was laced with plenty of feminity as Cardi asserted her womanhood onstage, bringing in the level of sexuality for which she is known to properly perform the track and one thing is for sure, Offset was paying attention. "It was when my creativity and self-expression [were] stifled by you that I decided not to attend".

You can see a full list of the 2019 Grammys winners here.

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