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A Nervous Cardi B Said 'Maybe I Need To Start Smoking Weed' While Accepting Her First Grammy And It Doesn't Get Any Purer

"Ooh, the nerves are so bad."

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After delivering an iconic performance of her single "Money," rapper Cardi B reappeared on the Grammy stage for a second time Sunday night as a winner. The Bronx native won her first gramophone for best rap album for her debut album, Invasion of Privacy. According to Variety, Cardi has the honor of being the first solo woman to receive the honor. 

Overwhelmed with happiness, Cardi made her way to the stage accompanied by her estranged husband, rapper Offset from the trap music trio Migos. 

Proving she remains one of the most relatable people in the industry, Cardi joked in her acceptance speech that her nerves were so bad she should consider smoking weed to alleviate the anxiety. 

"I'm sorry, I just, ooh, the nerves are so bad. Maybe I need to start smoking weed," she said while clutching her gramophone.

Over on Twitter, many could relate.

It's unclear whether Cardi will take her advice given an admission she made on Twitter not too long ago. On February 4, the former Love and Hip Hop cast member tweeted she was suffering from anxiety. After a fan suggested she roll up, Cardi responded that it would make her very paranoid. 

Cardi has also emerged as a political activist over the last several weeks. After posting a video to her Instagram expertly describing our mood regarding the government shutdown, she famously said she would "dog walk" conservative commentator Tomi Lahren after the Fox Nation host criticized her for speaking up.

Congratulation, Bardi!


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