Ariana Grande Tweets Frustration After Cardi B’s Best Rap Album Grammy Win: “Literal Bullsh*t”


Her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller was posthumously nominated for the same award. The pop star, whose ex-boyfriend was posthumously nominated for his last full-length album Swimming,

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Cardi B won the Grammy Award for “Best Rap Album” at the 61st Annual event, and while the Bronx-bred MC was reveling in her happy moment celebrating her first win, Ariana Grande tweeted that Mac Miller‘s loss was “literal bullsh*t.”

The pop star, whose ex-boyfriend was posthumously nominated for his last full-length album Swimming, swiftly deleted her comments, which reportedly said “f**k,” “trash,” and “literal bullsh*t” in three separate tweets, verifying her frustration with his loss. She later clarified that she wasn’t dissing Cardi, but was upset that Miller didn’t receive the win.

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  • Date: 2019-02-10T23:20:06-05:00
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Can We Stop Pretending K-Pop is Popular?

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In 2017, Grammy.com posted an article titled Why is K-pop’s popularity exploding in the United States?. On May 29th, 2018, NPR published an article titled K-pop, Korean Popular Music, Hits No. 1 in the U.S., in response to BTS’s new album hitting #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. A few days later, The Guardian proclaimed English is no longer the default language of American pop. If you go on Twitter, barely a day goes by without a bunch of K-Pop fans getting something trending.

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