The 26-year-old rapper reportedly quit her account shortly after posting, and subsequently deleting, an expletive-filled video rant in which she fired back at her haters and passionately explained how much work went into her Grammy-winning album "Invasion of Privacy".
"I f******g worked my ass off, locked myself in the studio for three months and then didn't went to sleep in my own bed sometimes for four days straight-pregnant!" It looks like Cardi B had been waiting for this moment when she immediately bursted into tears of joy after hearing the sweet word.
"You know what, it's not my style for people to put other people down to uplift somebody else", she began. She has since deleted the tweets, insisting the message wasn't directed at the rapper.
As Cardi B.is enduring the hate from internet trolls, celebrities have been coming to the rapper's defense sharing how proud they are of her win.
Offset revealed the album would be arriving on February 22.
The song smashed the charts, overtaking pop princess Taylor Swift to snag number one on the Billboard Hot 100 - the first woman rapper to take the top spot since legend Lauryn Hill did so in 1998.
Like, what is even the point of Instagram without her? Cardi's Twitter page, however, is still in tact for the time being.
"He was like you're going to do this album", she said of Offset.
After being named the Grammy victor at the 61st annual ceremony, Cardi accepted the trophy alongside her Migos rapper husband, 27.
"I thought the academy doesn't let artists lipsync? Seeing Cardi b win a Grammy make me feel like I won", J. Cole tweeted.