Camila Cabello beats Beyonce, Drake for top VMA prizes

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 21, 2018

Shortly after the show ended, the new mom tweeted with crying and laughing emojis: "Why Set said 'I was sooo mad when I saw you on stage with that blanket".

She added: "All the's genuine, it's handsome, and that's something that God give me that you can't buy".

She also acknowledged her Alex Rodriguez.

"My life is sweeter and better with you in it", she said. "I had a baby. and now I'm still winning awards".

NY rapper Cardi B, 25, made her first public appearance since giving birth to her first child in July.

She also took the opportunity to praise the other women that were nominated. But only Cardi B and Grande were on hand for the evening's festivities.

"Don't be coming for Fifth Harmony", she told Tiffany.

The show hit another low when Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and DJ Khaled won best collaboration for "Dinero" - a song that has peaked at No. 80 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart - besting the record-setting hit "Meant to Be", by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line, and Mars and Cardi B's anthemic "Finesse" remix.

She hit back at the comedian, jumping to the defence of Normani - another member of the band.

Rapper Logic was joined onstage by dozens of immigrant children and their families wearing white t-shirts saying "We are all human beings", for a performance of his song "One Day".

As for the top nominees, Beyonce and Jay-Z were behind Cardi B with eight bids for "Apesh-t", filmed at the Louvre museum in Paris. Gambino's "This Is America", which tackles racism and gun violence, earned him seven nominations, while Drake, who gave away $1 million to Miami residents in his "God's Plan" clip, scored seven nods.

Jennifer Lopez joined icons like Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Beyoncé as the latest artist to receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on Monday.

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