Remy Ma, Chance the Rapper win big at BET Awards

  • Remy Ma, Chance the Rapper win big at BET Awards

Remy Ma, Chance the Rapper win big at BET Awards

Tamika Mallory, victor of the shine a light award, appears onstage at the BET Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, June 25, 2017, in Los Angeles.

Rapper Remy Ma beat rival Nicki Minaj for best female hip hop artist, ending Minaj's 7-year reign in that category.

Upon her win, the first words from the RNG/Empire artist were "Are you dumb?".

We've had shady Instagram posts and on-stage drama and now, Remy has taken things a step further by (more or less) calling Nicki out during an awards show. "And yeah - that crown is coming back to the Bronx".

In addition, Remy has been engaged in a feud with Minaj which included the well received diss track "Shether".

Minaj with those songs told the world that she is not going anywhere and will not give up her throne easily.

The R&B band performed a medley of their songs "Mr Telephone Man", "Can You Stand The Rain" and "If It Isn't Love".

A special Lifetime Achievement honour was bestowed upon New Edition's Bobby Brown, Michael Bivins, Ralph Tresvant, Ronnie DeVoe, Ricky Bell and Johnny Gill, who spoke of faith and weathering "highs and lows" during a career that dates back to the 1980s.

Nicki Minaj Still On Top Despite Remy Ma Feud
Remy Ma, Chance the Rapper win big at BET Awards

The "Moment 4 Life" singer made a decision to perform three songs that are reportedly about Remy Monday night. "My first BET Award", he screamed.

At the tender age of 24, Chance the Rapper was honored as a humanitarian during the BET Awards on Sunday for his work in his hometown of Chicago, with accolades from the Obamas to Kendrick Lamar. "Because of you, countless young people will grow up believing in themselves". She reportedly had her twins earlier this month, but she hasn't publicly commented on it.

From 2010 through 2016, the BET Award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist went to one woman.

Nicki Minaj just performed at the 2017 NBA Awards, and it seems that she wanted to send a clear message.

#3: No stranger to the hit list, Missy Elliott experienced an impressive return to music releasing three singles over the past year and numerous endorsements that kept her music front and center with listeners.

"Mary J. got that break up body".

Leslie Jones of "Saturday Night Live" hosted the four-hour show.