“Your voice is being heard, and you are proving to our ancestors that their struggle is not in vain,” said the megastar singer of the BET Awards,
celebrating its 20 years of emphasizing excellence in black-led entertainment. However, the ceremony was filmed due to the epidemic.
Most of its energy was focused on topics such as systemic racism and equal rights.
Beyonce used this platform to deliver a direct appeal to the audience while receiving the BET Humanitarian Award on Sunday.
Beyonce was honored for its charity work and relief work during the COVID-19 crisis. She said that voting in the upcoming elections is the way to end the US “racism and inequality system.”
The singer dedicated his award to the “Black Life Problems” movement and encouraged activists to move on.
She said: “We must rely on it to vote as we do in life because it does.”
Rapper Dabbabi’s performance gave us tears again. When he lay on the sidewalk, and an actor who played the police pressed his knee to the rapper’s neck.
The replay at the beginning of the multi-platinum rapper’s performance gave a glance at the last moments of George Floyd’s life
killed by the Minneapolis police last month. At the awards ceremony, DaBaby, along with his hit songs “Rockstar”.
Roddy Ricch, read a poem in the Black Lives Matter remix.
While holding a baseball bat, on the stage behind a group of people, their fists raised high, while the others seized the “Black Lives Matter” logo.
Lily Wayne honors Kobe:
Lil Wayne paid tribute to the black mamba on this stage.
The rapper sang the song “Kobe Bryant” for the late Kobe Bryant to highlight the most important moment of the iconic NBA. He paid honor to Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash in January with eight more people, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.
Wayne Brady’s little Richard bop:
Wayne Brady transformed himself into a flashy character of the late Richard. He wore a golden tuxedo and give honor to Richard who died because of bone cancer in May. When he sings Richard’s miscellaneous music, he spins on top of the piano,
which is considered one of the chief designers of rock music.
Megan Thee Stallion goes Mad Max:
Megan Thee Stallion’s “Mad Max” movie-themed
performance entered the desert.
She wore a feathered top, danced, and posed side-by-side with dancers wearing masks and maintaining social distance in the Coronavirus pandemic. She sang the popular songs “Savage Remix”. Against the backdrop of the end of the world, she and her dancers rode through the desert on a dusty ATV. The rapper ended her concert after jumping on a silver spike vehicle.