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BET Awards

Vincent Harolds
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BET Awards#1
Posted: 6/22/19 at 11:08am

In 2001, Mary J. Blige was just the presenter of the Lifetime Achievement award to Whitney Houston. This year, she will now be the recipient of such award. That would be very exciting - plus a thousand more in the Bet Awards 2020 Live Stream. What part of the show are you more excited about?

The most famous gathering at Sunday night's BET Awards has never had a record bargain.

The men, who as young men were known as the Central Park Five, made that big appearance to present Grammy Award-winning vocalist H.E.R.

Kevin Richardson, Antron McCray, Raymond Santana, Korey Wise and Yusef Salaam are presently known as the Exonerated Five, and they got an overwhelming applause.

Their story was the premise of the Netflix constrained arrangement "When They See Us," which sensationalized their encounters of being wrongly indicted in a 1989 assault case in New York. The show has stirred solid emotions about how they were abused, ensuing battles and possible absolution.

The nineteenth yearly occasion praises the best in African-American culture.

The show commenced with a presentation by the most-assigned craftsman of the night, Cardi B.

The rapper kept it hot with a lap move for her significant other, individual craftsman and Migos part, Offset, as she and a large group of artists turned it out.

There were a few buzz-commendable minutes during the show.

Rapper Snoop Dogg had Twitter scratching its head with his success for the Dr. Bobby Jones gospel grant.

Billy Ray Cyrus fixed his welcome to the family picnic with his presentation with Lil Nas X, who is currently the prevailing rapper of blue grass music with his viral hit, "Old Town Road."

The group of spectators was on their feet chiming in to the tune, which has stirred discussion about whether it's nation or hip jump.

Lil Nas X's 'Old Town Road' hits No. 1

Tyler Perry transformed the phase into a lectern while getting the Ultimate Icon Award.

Perry, who went from composing and featuring in plays to owning his very own studio, talked about figuring out how to transform torment into incredible stories.

"When I manufactured my studio, I constructed it in an area that is one of the least fortunate dark neighborhoods in Atlanta, with the goal that youthful children could see that a dark man did that and they can do it, as well," Perry said. "The studio was before a Confederate armed force base, which implied that there were Confederate warriors on that base plotting and anticipating how to keep 3.9 million Negroes oppressed. Since land is claimed by one Negro."

Mary J. Blige was exhibited a lifetime accomplishment grant from Rihanna and played out a mixture of her hits.

Updated On: 7/1/19 at 11:08 AM
ArtMan
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BET Awards#2
Posted: 6/22/19 at 4:49pm

I'm seeing Mary in about 3 weeks in Jacksonville at a 4000 seat venue.  Poor Mary, just can't sell tickets anymore.  The concert has sold about 25%.  I bought my ticket during the $20 Live Nation sale and even this didn't move tickets.  To answer your original question....none.  I won't be watching.

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BET Awards#3
Posted: 6/22/19 at 9:32pm
I always like the young artists presentation. Looking forward to the R&B awards. Rooting for Anderson.Paak
Just give the world Love.
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uncageg
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BET Awards#4
Posted: 6/24/19 at 9:02am

Mary J's performance had me dancing in my living room. And had the audience dancing in the aisles.

Just give the world Love.