Hours after she took to social media to defend her Grammy win for Invasion of Privacy taking home the honors for Best Rap Album, Cardi B appears to have deactivated her Instagram account.
Prior to taking down the entire account (probably temporarily) she had deleted a single post in which she had defended her work on the album, while appearing to also call out those who've pinned her against Nicki Minaj after bagging the Grammy.
"It's not my style for people to put other people down to uplift somebody else. That's not my style and that's not what I'm with. I don't support that," she said.
"However, I'm seeing a lot of sh*t today and I saw a lot of bullsh*t last night... I work hard for my motherf**kin album. I remember last year when I didn't win for 'Bodak Yellow' and everyone was like 'Cardi got snubbed...' Now it's a motherf**kin problem?! I locked myself in the studio for 3 months, my n***a. Didn't go to sleep in my bed sometimes for four days, pregnant... while everybody was harassing me like 'You can't do it...'"
After that, she replaced the post with praise of her win from Chance the Rapper. Of course you can't see that anymore either after she took down the entire account. We will update you if/when that changes, or if she provides a statement on the matter.
Cardi wants her respect. pic.twitter.com/IiYIlKGmkW— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) February 11, 2019