Watch Cardi B's heartfelt speech after she made Grammy history

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That said, Ariana Grande wasn't pleased with some of the results, specifically, Mac Miller's loss for Best Rap Album.

"I'm sorry, I just, oh the nerves are so bad", she said. "Every award goes to my mother's house and every award to her is just as special, and it's just as special to me". Cardi, who joined Bruno Mars for his "Finesse" performance previous year, was a powerhouse as she got the crowd going with her song, "Money".

'I read an article that Mac Miller's family said that if he don't win, they want me to win, so I'm sharing this Grammy with you, mother***er!

With a Grammy for the Best Rap Album of 2019, Cardi B's Grammys 2019 wardrobe malfunction should be NBD for the 26-year-old rapper-and from the looks of her performance, it was. Like we said, the moment was NBD for the recent Grammy victor, as she continued the performance like the professional she is.

She went on to talk about being nominated previous year for "Bodak Yellow", but she didn't win any awards for the song.

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An outspoken star with a penchant for drama, Cardi's on again, off again romance with husband Offset provides regular tabloid fodder.

Despite the lack of big names in hip-hop performing at the 61st annual Grammy Awards, it didn't stop Cardi B from channeling her own high school performing days on stage for her own show-stopping performance.

The rapper is also unabashed when it comes to politics, recently unleashing a vulgar rant slamming Donald Trump for the United States government shutdown.

"Ohhhhh maaaaa Gaaaaaawwwwd!" she shouted in an effusive Instagram video post following her win, eyes wide, hair undone, extra long nail extensions glittering.

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