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Ariana Grande Calls 'Bulls**t' As Mac Miller Loses To Cardi B At 2019 Grammys

Ariana Grande Slam Cardi B Mac Miller 2019 Grammys

Feb. 11 2019, Updated 12:47 p.m. ET

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Five months after he died of an accidental overdose, Mac Miller lost his 2019 Grammy Award to Cardi B, and ex Ariana Grande was not happy.

"F**k" tweeted the diva after the winner was announced.

"Trash," she wrote.

Fans quickly took Grande's remark as shade towards Cardi B.

"Did Ariana just called Cardi B TRASH!?!?!?! Oh b***h oh b***h!! Don't make me! Un-stan you! #GRAMMYs" tweeted a user.

Eventually, Grande, 25, deleted her tweets and explained herself.

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"Nothing to do w her. good for her. i promise. i'm sorry," she tweeted.

"She's not at all and that's not what i meant and u know that," she wrote in response to a fan's comment.

The "thank u, next" singer explained that the reason she was so angry was that the Grammy Awards organizers invited Miller's parents to the ceremony, and yet didn't give him an award.

"THEY INVITED HIS PARENTS OUT. NO," she tweeted, adding that the late singer's mother, Karen Meyers, was going to have a green suit made.

Cardi B readers know this is not the first time Grande has publicly gotten emotional over Miller. Ever since her ex — whose real name was Malcolm McCormick — died from a combination of fentanyl, cocaine and alcohol on September 7, 2018, the stunner has posted photos and messages about him. In her new album, she even included a song about the pain she experienced after losing him, while at the same time being engaged to Pete Davidson.

And though she didn't attend the Grammys this Sunday, February 10, Grande made sure to show fans and the awards show's organizers exactly how she felt about Miller's loss.

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