Beyoncé, Pharrell, & August Alsina Win Big at BET Awards

Beyoncé and Pharrell

Who runs the BET Awards? Beyoncé took home the most trophies at Sunday’s show at Nokia Theatre in L.A.

The pop superstar won three awards including Best Female R&B/Pop Artist, Best Collaboration, and the Fandemonium Award, and also performed “Partition” with Jay Z in a pre-taped piece from the “On the Run Tour.”

Pharrell Williams continued his epic year, winning Video of the Year and Best Male R&B/Pop Artist.

August Alsina shared the stage with Trey Songz and Chris Brown, and went home with two awards including Best New Artist and Viewers’ Choice.

“I represent the struggle,” said the New Orleans crooner. “So this award not for me, this for the people, and I say thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

Nicki Minaj won Best Female Hip-Hop Artist for the fifth year in a row and shared the award for Best Group with her Young Money family.

“I thank God that I’ve been placed in a position to represent women in a culture that is so male driven,” she said while accepting her award.

Other winners included Drake for Best Male Hip-Hop Artist and Jhené Aiko, who won the Centric Award.

See a full list of winners below.


Best Female R&B/Pop Artist

Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
Pharrell Williams

Best Group
Young Money

Best Collaboration
Beyoncé f/ JAY Z – “Drunk In Love”

Best Male Hip-Hop Artist

Best Female Hip-Hop Artist
Nicki Minaj

Video of the Year
Pharrell Williams – “Happy”

Video Director of the Year
Hype Williams

Best New Artist
August Alsina

Best Gospel Artist
Tamela Mann

Best Actress
Lupita Nyong’o

Best Actor
Chiwetel Ejiofor

YoungStars Award
KeKe Palmer

Best Movie
12 Years a Slave

Subway Sportswoman of the Year
Serena Williams

Subway Sportsman of the Year
Kevin Durant

Centric Award
Jhené Aiko – “The Worst”

Best International Act: Africa
Davido (Nigeria)

Best International Act: UK
Krept & Konan

Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award
August Alsina f/ Trinidad Jame$ – “I Luv This Sh*t”


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  1. KEN.

    Congrats to the winner!


    KEN. Reply:



    Major Sushi Reply:

    @KEN., *cackles*


  2. tamar

    *waits for the people who THOUGHT Iggy was gonna kill Nic’s streak* #5yrs&counting


  3. Raven-Symone

    So we aren’t going to discuss the mad shade Nicki threw?


    K Reply:

    @Raven-Symone, how is that shade and she bin saying that from the get go. that people needs to write there own 16s.


    Oh Reply:

    @K, We all Know it was Iggy shade she just a lil weak bitch and never wanna say names. Just like when Keys The Problem dissed her lame ass she just threw subliminals cuz shes wack


    IVY Reply:


    It wasn’t sack, it was calculated.

    This will give her publicity. Feuds are good. Publicity before releasing her album brings attention to it. This is being covered on TMZ, PerezHilton, DailyMail, it’ll be on Wendy, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, etc.

    Pills n Potions is underperforming but people will become more aware of it. It might even pick up way more on radio. Wendy will start shading Nicki because her single’s not doing so well why Fancy is #1, or, she’ll take Nicki’s side and say “you know what, it was the BET awards and Iggy’s rapping style is a bit off…” Either way, she’s going to get publicity out of this. Haven’t you heard the expression “there’s no such thing as bad publicity” or “the only thing worse than being talked about is not being talked about”?


    IVY Reply:



    Major Sushi Reply:

    @IVY, Nicki’s the only girl that can throw shade, without dropping names. That’s shade.

    Azealia’s the opposite, as we have seen since 2012?


    Andy Reply:

    @Raven-Symone, that is shade for EVERYONE who don’t write their own material, not only for Iggy if that is the case


  4. K

    Gratz to the winners.


  5. babcy

    Bey don’t attend B.e.t awards but keeps sweeping it.


  6. JD

    Well deserved. At least Bey sent a performance. I have a lot of respect for Nicki’s passion & love for her fans.


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