WATCH: Cardi B Hilariously Reacts To Winning 'Best Rap Album’ Backstage At The Grammys
11 February 2019, 06:51
Cardi B celebrated her win backstage at the 2019 Grammys after scooping up 'Best Rap Album' for her debut 'Invasion Of Privacy', giving a shout out to her fellow nominee, the late Mac Miller.
Cardi B won her first Grammy Award last night, picking up who gong for 'Best Rap Album' for her debut 'Invasion Of Privacy' during the 2019 ceremony.
The 26-year-old rapstress took to the stage alongside her husband Offset, with whom she's just rekindled her relationship, wearing a stunning white Grecian-style gown.
Cardi, real name Belcalis Almánzar, becomes the first solo woman in history to win the award, and celebrated her big moment backstage with her team in true Cardi style.
"Thank you Bardi Gang for always supporting me, it's nothing without you," she exclaimed, before thanking her team, her family and her collaborators.
The mother of Kulture Kiari also paid tribute to the late Mac Miller, her fellow nominee who tragically passed away from a drug overdose in September last year.
"I read an article that [read that] Mac Miller's family said that if he didn't win, they wanted me to win so I'm sharing this Grammy with you motherf*cker, rest in peace!"
Mac's parents were invited to the ceremony to pick up the award for their late son, should he win, for his 2018 album 'Swimming.'
The end of the video concludes with Cardi, Offset, Hennessy Carolina and the rest of her team jumping around, yelling and hugging backstage in excitement.
Meanwhile, Drake picked up the award for 'Best Rap Song' for 'God's Plan'. Despite having his acceptance speech cut off halfway through, the rapper appeared to continue to enjoy his night alongside 'SICKO MODE' collaborator Travis Scott.