Ariana Grande tweets 'trash' after late Mac Miller loses to Cardi B at Grammys, quickly apologizes

Last week, Ariana had shared that she would not be attending the event given her creative differences with the show's producer Ken Ehrlich


                            Ariana Grande tweets 'trash' after late Mac Miller loses to Cardi B at Grammys, quickly apologizes

Ariana Grande did not attend the 61st Grammy Awards which took place on Sunday but clearly she had tuned in to watch it. The 25-year-old '7 Rings' singer found herself in quite a soup after she seemingly trashed rapper Cardi B.

The 'Bodak Yellow' singer Cardi had won the 'Best Rap Album' and Grande was not too pleased about it. She took to Twitter to write "f---" and "trash" after Cardi's win. Ariana's late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller had also been nominated in the same category. However, Ariana quickly removed her tweets and explained that they had "nothing to do w her. good for her. I promise. I’m sorry."

Singer Ariana Grande (Source: Getty Images)
Singer Ariana Grande (Source: Getty Images)

In another since-deleted post, Ariana shared, "She’s not [trash] at all and that’s not what I meant and u know that." As reported by ET, Grande is upset with the Grammys which had actually flown in Mac's parents for the awards. It is reported that Grande is questioning why the Grammys flew his parents down when he was not going to win the award. She also responded to a fan saying the Miller family was invited to the ceremony only to watch him lose.

She wrote, "this. this is what I meant. karen was gonna have a green suit made," referring to Mac's mother Karen Meyers.

In another tweet, she added, "THEY INVITED HIS PARENTS OUT. NO." Earlier on this week, Grande shared that she would not attend the Grammys due to creative differences with the show's producer Ken Ehrlich.



 

She also took to Instagram to share a picture of herself in a custom Zac Posen ball gown which she was supposed to wear to the event. Many fans believe that Ariana's Cinderella blue dress could be a tribute to Mac Miller who had written a song about her called 'Cinderella'.

Ariana Grande's new album titled 'Thank U, Next' showcases many songs about Mac Miller as well as Grande's former fiance Pete Davidson.



 

On the other hand, Cardi B was looking at the whole situation in a very positive way and posted a screenshot of an article which claimed that Miller's family was totally rooting for Cardi B to win the award if Mac did not. Cardi took to her Instagram to say, "WE WON A F**KIN GRAMMY 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆."