Ariana Grande has another reason to be mad at the Grammys and this time it has to do with Mac Miller.
While Ari didn't attend the 2019 Grammy Awards, she seemed to be following the show from home as she sent some tweets out throughout the night. While she thanked voters for her big win for Best Pop Vocal Album and even posted photos of the gown she was supposed to wear, she was very vocal after Cardi B took home the award for Best Rap Album.
Mac Miller was also nominated for the award, his only nomination of the night since his death late last year. Of course, Ari got very emotional and even posted some tweets sharing her anger about Mac's loss after Cardi was announced as the winner.
"Trash," she first tweeted out. "F*ck. Bullsh*t. Literal bullsh*t."
She has since deleted the all the tweets, including ones where she replied back to fans about the situation, even revealing that the Grammy producers invited Mac's parents to attend the big event.
Also at bardi gang. They invited Mac's parents out for basically no reason. pic.twitter.com/opLycEdLfO- ً (@grandesparza) February 11, 2019
While many Cardi fans went after her for getting mad that she took home the award, Ari said that she didn't mean to go after Cardi personally.
"Nothing to do w her. good for her. i promise. i'm sorry," she wrote. "she's not at all and that's not what i mean and u know that."
She also said that Mac's mother, Karen McCormick, was going to have a green suit made for the event. Many attendees wore green ribbons for mental health awareness. She also revealed that Mac slept in the music studio for two months while recording Swimming.
Mac was honored during the in memoriam section of the awards show later on in the night.
Karen did make it out to the awards ceremony and attended with Cazzie David, who is Pete Davidson's ex-girlfriend. According to E! News, the two of them recently became friends after Mac's death.
"It's still a relatively new friendship, and primarily limited to social media, but Cazzie and Karen think very highly of each other," a source told E! News. "Cazzie reached out to Karen with her condolences after Mac died and since then she and Karen have been exchanging messages."
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