Cardi B Calls Out Critics After Roddy Ricch Unboxes His Grammy
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The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker previously also shared a video of her unboxing a package which had her trophy from the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, only to get slammed by naysayers.

AceShowbiz - Cardi B is not happy with the different reactions she's getting after she showed off her Grammy. She faced backlash after recently posting a video of her award in the mail with many Internet accused her of doing it for attention. However, when fellow winner Roddy Ricch did the same, he got nothing but praises.

Pointing that out, Cardi ranted on her Twitter account. "Where the people that was saying I posted my Grammy couple days ago for attention?" the Best Rap Album winner wrote on Wednesday, May 20 in a now-deleted tweet. "Bet ya feel stupid now."

In a separate post, the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker added, "I was unboxing things on my story and I unboxed my Grammy. Motherf***ers where real loud claiming I was unboxing it for attention, trying to get shine. Now Roddy just got his! Mind you I was just unboxing packages that came to my house."

Cardi B's Grammy

Cardi B blasted her haters who slammed her for posting a picture of her Grammy.

This arrived after Cardi took to her Instagram account on May 13 to share a video of her unboxing a package which had her trophy from the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. Cardi's name and the title "Best Rap Album - 2018," which she won for her debut album, "Invasion of Privacy", were engraved on the plaque below the golden gramophone.

As for Roddy, he proudly flaunted his first Grammy on Instagram Story on Wednesday. "thank u @nipseyhussle," Roddy, who won Best Rap Performance for "Racks in the Middle", honored his late collaborator.

Roddy Ricch received his Grammy

Roddy Ricch gave Nipsey Hussle a shoutout for his Grammy win.

Prior to this, the 21-year-old Compton star reflected on Nipsey's impact on both him and his community. "He was more than just another rapper to me. He was one of the young motivational role models in the city," Roddy shared. "He really had a positive connection with young people. It wasn't always about being the toughest or trying to prove yourself or be something you wasn't. It was more so about being who you were and always having a strong mentality in whatever you wanted to do as far as your ventures."

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