Freddie Gibbs Gives Hilarious Speech After Losing To Nas –

Indiana rapper Freddie Gibbs isn’t crying over his Grammys night defeat. The hip-hop star has come forward to speak out on losing in the Best Rap Album of the Year category to rap veteran Nas.

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Freddie Gibbs Gives Hilarious Defeat Speech

Gibbs went to his Instagram page to share footage of himself making a crowd laugh following his L. Despite losing out on bringing home the Grammy award, Freddie shared a positive spin.

“I may have lost today but I’m undefeated in court.”

Freddie Gibbs gives hilarious concession speech.

Gibbs also shared some additional looks at his Grammys weekend flexing.

“The Mob ⭐️”

Nas’ Daughter Reacts To Grammy Win

Last night, Nas’ daughter Destiny Jones hit up Instagram to geek out over her pops achievement. She shared the King’s Disease project’s artwork and saluted God’s Son on his victory.


Back in August 2020, Destiny went to her Instagram page to plug the project.

“KINGS DISEASE Album 👑🔥 Out Now!!! My Fav right now is Blue Benz!!! What’s yours?”

Nasir Jones Finally Gets His Flowers

Following years of nominations, Nasty Nas finally secured his first-ever solo Grammy award. Nasir Jones first earned a nod dating back nearly 20 years ago.

The rapper, 47, scored his first ever Grammy win on Sunday, taking home the award for Best Rap Album for his 13th studio album, King’s Disease. Nas beat out fellow nominees D Smoke (Black Habits), Jay Electronica (A Written Testimony), Freddie Gibbs and the Alchemist (Alfredo), and Royce 5’9″ (The Allegory). Nas received his first Grammy nomination in 1996 when his track, “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)” was nominated, but lost, for Best Rap Solo Performance. Nas’ nom for King’s Disease was his 14th Grammy nod. (ET Canada)

Meg Thee Stallion Wins First Grammy

Last night, rap star Megan Thee Stallion and iconic singer Beyoncé blew away stiff competition coming from DaBaby‘s “BOP” and late rap star Pop Smoke‘s “Dior” record for Best Rap Performance. They also faced a tough face-off from Big Sean and Nipsey Hussle‘s “Deep Reverence,” Jack Harlow‘s “Whats Poppin” and Lil Baby‘s “The Bigger Picture.”

Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé won Best Rap Performance for “Savage Remix” at the Premiere Ceremony of the 63rd GRAMMY Awards. This marks Megan’s first career GRAMMY win, and she gave a joyful acceptance speech for the monumental moment. (GRAMMY)

Meg made sure to deliver a memorable acceptance speech surrounded by flowers.

“Thank you lord, God is the first person I want to thank. Oh my gosh, my grandma, thank-you nanny, for not making me not stop music to finish school. Thank you mama, for pushing me and knowing I was going to be here – I still can’t even believe this. What? Me? Thank-you Hotties! Thank-you Houston!”

The unforgettable “Savage” remix anthem dropped back in April 2020 at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

The official audio for Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage Remix” featuring Beyoncé – Out Now! With all artists’ proceeds benefitting Bread Of Life Houston’s COVID-19 Relief efforts in their hometown.

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