No Bad Blood! Taylor Swift Sends Cardi B Flowers to Congratulate Her on Hot 100 Win

Cardi shows a bouquet of flowers that Taylor sent her after her 'Bodak Yellow' trumped 'Look What You Made Me Do' on Hot 100.

AceShowbiz - %cTaylor Swift% shows that there's no hard feelings between her and %cCardi B% despite the latter's recent win on Hot 100. Cardi's "Boday Yellow" dethroned Taylor's "Look What You Made Me Do" which had topped the chart for three weeks before.

The country-turned-pop-superstar sent the raptress flowers on Tuesday, September 26. Cardi took to Instagram that night to post a video showing a bouquet of pink flowers sent to her by Taylor. "Sooo beautiful and lovely .Thank you @taylorswift for the flowers ....and I freaking love your music," she captioned it.

Sooo beautiful and lovely .Thank you @taylorswift for the flowers 💐❤️❤️....and I freaking love your music 🎶

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Previously on Monday, the Bronx femcee reacted in an Instagram video when her song topped the chart. "THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU, I haven't even showered son with all the running around," so she captioned the clip. "Loveee you all each and everybody contributed for this. Ya made it happen for me!!! The number 1 WAY!!"

Cardi's friends and family celebrated the rapper's success with a surprise bash. She was accused of taking a subtle jab at Taylor when she sang a verse from "Look What You Made Me Do" during her speech at the party.

She, however, told Billboard that she really loved Taylor's new song. "It was a lovely surprise. It was kinda like a close race. It was like when Obama was running for president," she said of taking over the top spot from Taylor. "Like, damn, why'd it have to be Taylor Swift? I like her, I like that damn song."

"Look What You Made Me Do" now sits at No. 3, behind Cardi's "Bodak Yellow" and %cPost Malone%'s "Rockstar" feat. %c21 Savage%. "Bodak Yellow" is the only second song by an unaccompanied female rapper to ever top the chart after %cLauryn Hill% did so in 1998 with "Doo Wop (That Thing)". She's also the first female rapper of color to appear on a No. 1 hit since %cLil' Kim% collaborated with %cPink%, %cMya% and %cChristina Aguilera% for 2001's "Lady Marmalade".

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