Published: Wed, February 13, 2019
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Cardi B beats the boys to win rap album honours at Grammys

Cardi B beats the boys to win rap album honours at Grammys

The documentary and album will be released on February 22.

Cardi B is certainly celebrating her win at the Grammys in style, as she was still sharing messages of love with her fans at 6am the morning after the awards.

Cardi B knows how to bring the house down!

Who knows, maybe she was also receiving flak from fans of the other artists nominated, but either way it seems as though the pressure has got to her and she's taken a step away from Instagram for now.

Offset and Cardi B managed to weather the storm, and their marriage survived another rocky period. The rapper celebrated winning a Grammy award in the Best Rap Album category making her the first female ever to receive that honor.

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Grace got off to a flying start with a birdie on the first followed by an eagle on the par-five second, when he guided his second shot off the fairway 237 yards to leave himself a 24-foot putt.

The Migos clan is also now working on their next group album Culture III, with a release date for that project expected to be announced sometime soon.

The rapper hilariously began her performance with a huge fakeout as the camera tricked audiences into thinking Cardi was expertly playing the piano.

Excitedly upping the volume, she cried: 'I'm thankful for everyone who works with me, I'm thankful for all my friends that be texting me sometimes just for nothing, for my music team, for everybody, my family, I want to thank God'. What do you think about the mistake Cardi made? Cardi's Twitter page, however, is still in tact for the time being.

He wrote, "This is overly deserved, the album was front-to-back hits".

Women dominated at last night's Grammys. Straight up bask in it YOU deserve it. On top of that, Cardi is featured on Maroon 5's "Girls Like You", which was up for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance but lost to Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's "Shallow", written and recorded for A Star Is Born. Same wit jay rock and Anderson. The two showed just how inseparable they are, as he accompanied her to the podium at Los Angeles' Staples Center, where she accepted the prestigious award for her LP Invasion of Privacy.

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