Ariana Grande did not perform at the 2019 Grammys as previously stated but near the conclusion of the event, her presence was still felt. When Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy was announced as the winner for Best Rap Album, besting Pusha-T, Nipsey Hussle, Travis Scott, and the late Mac Miller, Grande sounded off on the timeline with “trash” in reference to the decision.

“Trash” was not the only message sent by the “7 Ringz” singer, she followed it with individual tweets that read “fuck.,” “bullshit,” and “literal bullshit.”

Quickly, Grande clarified that she was not attempting to rain on Cardi’s moment, instead was upset that her ex-bae Mac Miller was not awarded, citing his family was invited to the ceremony and the effort he put into the album.

Cardi B thanked fans and more in a second acceptance speech that went directly to her Instagram and stated she was sharing the award with Mac Miller after having a moment with his family. Cardi detailed Miller’s family wanted her to win if it was not awarded to him.

Ariana Grande also reached out in an effort of congratulations to the Invasion of Privacy creator. A source close to Grande also confirmed to PEOPLE that “it has nothing to do with Cardi.”

Grande was also a winner, taking him Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener.

 

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