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What'd U all think of the selection for Song of the Year tonight??? But it looks like the diva wasn't satisfied with her work and wanted to make it flawless. "I have songs stashed up". She's previously explained that she didn't want to rush the project and would take her time until everything's right. "These ain't it. It's just like, damn I'm competing with myself".
Cardi opened the awards show in epic fashion, with a medley of her hits - including "Bartier Cardi", "Bodak Yellow", "No Limit" and her verses from Migos' "Motor Sport" and Bruno Mars' "Finesse" remix - all while rocking a futuristic-looking black leather jacket with spiked sleeves and a black tulle skirt.
Dressed in a maroon gown, she took to the stage and was given the award by The Chainsmokers, before listing off all of the people she attributes her success to.
"I want to thank my fans because even when I'm wrong, they be like, 'She's still right, '" she raved. The laundry list of people included her publicist, her team, her label, her family, her fiancé, and her fans (all the standards)-but true to Cardi B style, she didn't stop there. "They be downloading my stuff so they can hear and talk crap about it-but it benefits me". "I wanna thank my man, eyum!" she said, punctuated with her signature sound bites. "Ha-ha-ha", she shared.
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That could unleash a protectionist free-for-all, damaging to the global economy - something the WTO was created to prevent. Likewise, Trump's invitation to countries to plead their case for being exempted from the tariffs might prove a tough sell.