Check out The Full Winners List for the BET 2020 Awards.
Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch, Lizzo, and more took home trophies, while Beyoncé was honored with the annual Humanitarian Award
Tonight marked the 20th annual BET Awards. Performers on the broadcast included Lil Wayne, Alicia Keys, Megan Thee Stallion, Roddy Ricch, Chloe X Halle, DaBaby, Jay Rock, Jennifer Hudson, Questlove, Nas, Usher, YG, and many more.
Beyoncé was honored with the annual Humanitarian Award in recognition of her ongoing philanthropic efforts, and Wayne Brady paid tribute to the late Little Richard.
During tonight’s ceremony, Roddy Ricch took home the award for Album of the Year (Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial), Megan Thee Stallion was crowned Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, and Lizzo was honored with the Best Female R&B/Pop Artist accolade. Find the full list of winners below.
Album of the Year
Roddy Ricch – Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
Chris Brown [Ft. Drake] – “No Guidance”
Best Female Hip-Hop Artist
Megan Thee Stallion
Best Male Hip-Hop Artist
Video of the Year
DJ Khaled [Ft. Nipsey Hussle, John Legend] – “Higher”
Video Director of the Year
Teyana “Spike Tee” Taylor
Best New Artist
Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award
Kirk Franklin – “Just for Me”
Best International Act
Best New International Act
Michael B. Jordan
Young Stars Award
Queen & Slim
Sportswoman of the Year
Sportsman of the Year
2020 Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award
Megan Thee Stallion [Ft. Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign] – “Hot Girl Summer”
BET Her Award
Beyonce [Ft. Blue Ivy Carter, Wizkid and Saint Jhn] – “Brown Skin Girl”
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Burna Boy Wins Best International Act, again.
The 20th annual BET Awards yesterday was a study in virtual excellence with a series of amazing, well-curated, virtual performances that left nothing to the imagination.
But our most memorable moment would have to be Burna Boys win. Nigeria’s favourite and a nominee for the best international act category, Burna Boy clichéd the award yet again, just like he did at last year’s event.
His speech aligned the narrative of the exodus of Africans through slave trade in 1895 and a call that black lives will begin to matter, when Africans start to matter.
Congrats to Burna Boy for this amazing feat.
Let’s do it again next year?
Efe Irele Channels Madam KoiKoi, Bush Baby & Other Boarding School Horror Stories in New Movie, “Manifestation”
Imagine a few secondary school myths you’ve heard of, Bush Baby, Madam KoiKoi, The Headless Braider etc all in one movie.
Get ready for this thrilling movie, “Manifestation“, produced by Efe Irele, and directed by Chris Eneaji. The plot of this horror film centres on five young people and how the mistake of exploring an old haunted place puts their lives at risk.
This Nollywood horror movie stars Baaj Adebule, Jemima Osunde, Sofie Alakija, Efe Irele, Emem Daniel Ufot and many more.