Watch Cardi B's heartfelt speech after she made Grammy history

Kevin Winter  Getty Images for The Recording Academy

Kevin Winter Getty Images for The Recording Academy

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Cardi has rekindled her relationship with formerly estranged husband, and father to Kulture, Offset, after breaking up at the end of past year following a cheating scandal.

Cardi B and Offset accept the Best Rap Album for "Invasion of Privacy" onstage during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on 10 February 2019 in Los Angeles, California. While performing "Money" at the 2019 Grammys last night, Cardi experienced a wardrobe malfunction-but like the boss she is, she powered through and nearly no one noticed.

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Holding the trophy in her white-gloved hands, Cardi B thanked "you husband" and the couple's daughter, who was born seven months to the date.

The rapper ended her speech by praising her spouse. "Maybe I need to start smoking weed". "We're gonna have this baby, you're gonna do this album'". "We was like, 'We have to get this album done so I can shoot these videos before I am showing.' It was very long nights".

"I'm sorry, I just, oh the nerves are so bad", she said. Cardi also specifically thanked Miller, who died after an accidental overdose.

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Earlier in the evening, Cardi wowed the crowd with a performance of "Money" on a lavish, cushioned, lounge club set.

See more of ET's GRAMMY coverage in the video below.

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