The Moment Cardi B's Daughter Kulture First Said 'Mama,' After Grammy Win

Bessie Dean
February 12, 2019

Offset released the trailer following the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday, where Cardi B performed Money and won the award for Best Rap Album.

She said: "I want to thank my daughter".

Many fans believed Grande was reacting less to Cardi B's win and more about the loss for Mac Miller, who was posthumously nominated for his album "Swimming". Like we said, the moment was NBD for the recent Grammy victor, as she continued the performance like the professional she is.

But, the debate continues with no signs of ending. She saying mama! Happy 7 months Kulture!

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She went on to explain that her tweets were actually expressing her frustration that the Recording Academy had invited Miller's parents to the ceremony so they could watch their son lose. Cardi, who joined Bruno Mars for his "Finesse" performance past year, was a powerhouse as she got the crowd going with her song, "Money". "We love you", Cardi wrote, before tagging husband Offset, sister Hennessy Carolina and Hennessy's girlfriend.

She also thanked several of her collaborators, including J Balvin and Bad Bunny.

"I had like, three songs that I was for sure having - you know how it was. And it was very long nights". After Miller's ex Ariana Grande shared her frustration with the "Self Care" rapper's loss, Cardi took to her Instagram story to share the album with the late rapper, who passed away in September 2018 from an overdose.

Click the YouTube video below to relive the moment from the 61st annual Grammy Awards broadcast.

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