While Ariana Grande decided skip out on the Grammys this year due to a disageement with producers, she was still watching closely from home. And when the "Thank U, Next" singer's late ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, didn't take home Best Rap Album, she didn't take it lightly. Scroll through to find out what she said.
Ariana, 25, live-tweeted throughout most of the CBS aired ceremony but clearly became angry after Cardi B's album Invasion of Privacy beat out Mac's fifth and last album, Swimming.
It seemed that majority of Ariana's frustration stemmed from the fact that the Recording Academy had invited the rapper's grieving parents to attend the show, which she assumed meant that he would win.
As OK! readers know, the “Nikes On My Feet” star passed away at the young age of 26 from an accidental overdose in September 2018.
After seeing that Mac, whose real name was Malcolm McCormick, didn't posthumously win the Grammy, Ariana allegedly tweeted, “f**k” and “trash,” but then quickly assured everyone that she wasn't referring to Cardi.
“Nothing to do with her. Good for her. I promise. I’m sorry,” the former Nickelodeon star apologized in a now deleted tweet. “She’s not trash at all and that’s not what I meant and you know that," she wrote to a questioning twitter user.
“It has nothing to do with Cardi,” a source told People about the situation. They added, Ariana “was very upset” that Mac lost when the Recording Academy purposefully invited his parents to the show.
The 25-year-old initially tweeted, "They invited his parents out. No," to a fan. Later, in response to another tweet about why the Grammys invited Mac's parent's Mark McCormick and Karen Meyers to the ceremony if they weren't going to posthumously award their son with Best Rap Album, Ariana wrote, "This is what I meant. Karen was going to have a green suit made.”
Despite her disappointment, Ariana liked and commented three black emojis alongside Cardi's Instagram which read, "We won a f**king Grammy." While the star was clearly preoccupied with other thoughts, she too earned herself her very first Grammy for Best Pop Album (Sweetener).
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