Nicki Minaj Says She Was ''Bullied Into Staying Quiet'' by Grammys

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The now-deleted tweet involved Cardi B, whom the 36-year-old "Good Form" rapper has feuded with in the past.

If you missed it, BET sent out a tweet about Cardi's historic grammy win for Best Rap album, while pointing out that Nicki "is being dragged for her lacefront" in the process.

Nicki Minaj has finally come up for air after Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking to Twitter to pull out of the BET Awards and subsequent BET Experience. She also instructed her fans who bought tickets to the BET Experience to get a refund.

Hours later, BET released a statement apologising for their Grammys coverage, stating: "BET loves Nicki Minaj. And further does not reflect our company values". LIVE concert after the network made a super petty remark in an article about Cardi B's history-making Grammy win.

Nicki Minaj posted her text message with Lil Wayne and he's supporting her decision to drop from the show. Nicki didn't stop there, she later captioned a screenshot of her fans slamming BET with caption: "Meanwhile, BET is being dragged by their lace front".

Minaj wasn't even up for a Grammy, but BET dredged up past tensions between the two rappers anyway with its tweet.

First Nicki Minaj scrapped a summer performance for BET on Monday after the network aimed a rude tweet at her.

She writes, 'I was bullied into staying quiet for 7 years out of fear'.

"We deeply apologise for the hurt, disappointment and confusion that this post has caused".

She concluded the expletive-filled rant: 'While everybody was harassing me like, you not gonna do it, we know you pregnant, your career's over-that s-t's dwelling in my f-king mind while I'm workin!'

The rapper said she worked hard and throughout her pregnancy on her first album Invasion of Privacy.

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