Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj Lead 2015 BET Awards Nominations

Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj Lead 2015 BET Awards Nominations

Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj lead the pack with six BET Awards nominations each ahead of next month’s ceremony
Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown lead the 2015 BET Awards nominations, which were reported prior today. Both artists have six nominations each, while Lil Wayne and Beyonce are both up for four awards. Likewise outstanding are the nominees for Best Female Hip Hop Artist — both Iggy Azalea and Azealia Banks are up for the award, and on the off chance that you’re not certain why that is eminent, Banks once announced that she wanted to “throw a jar of piss” at Azalea.


Banks, on the other hand, is not an enthusiast of the BET awards, by her own affirmation. Taking after the declaration, Banks posted on Twitter, thinking of, “I truly despise getting selected for @bet awards. They’re so false.” She went ahead to claim that the award for Best Female Hip-hop Artist goes to Nicki Minaj consistently. Also, to be reasonable, Minaj tied Missy Elliott’s record tailing her fifth time winning the award a year ago. You can look at her tweets underneath.

 

 

 

The 2015 BET Awards will air on BET on Sunday June 28 at 8PM ET.
In the meantime, you can check out the full list of nominees below.
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist
Beyoncé
Ciara
Janelle Monae
K. Michelle
Rihanna
Jhené Aiko
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
August Alsina
Chris Brown
John Legend
The Weeknd
Usher
Trey Songz
Best Group
A$AP Mob
Rich Gang
Rae Sremmurd
Migos
Jodeci
Young Money
Best Collaboration
August Alsina f/ Nicki Minaj – “No Love” (Remix)
Big Sean f/ E-40 – “IDFWU”
Chris Brown f/ Lil Wayne and Tyga – “Loyal”
Chris Brown f/ Usher and Rick Ross – “New Flame”
Common and John Legend – “Glory”
Best Male Hip Hop Artist
Drake
Common
J. Cole
Big Sean
Wale
Kendrick Lamar
Best Female Hip Hop Artist
Azealia Banks
Dej Loaf
Tink
Iggy Azalea
Nicki Minaj
Trina
Video of the Year
Beyoncé – “7/11″ Big Sean f/ E-40 – “IDFWU”
Chris Brown f/ Lil Wayne and Tyga – “Loyal”
Chris Brown f/ Usher and Rick Ross – “New Flame”
Common and John Legend – “Glory”
Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda”
Video Director of the Year
Benny Boom
Chris Robinson
Fatima Robinson
Hype Williams
Beyoncé, Ed Burke and Todd Tourso
Best New Artist
Bobby Shmurda
Dej Loaf
Fetty Wap
Rae Sremmurd
Tinashe
Sam Smith
Best Gospel Artist
Donnie McClurkin
Erica Campbell
Hezekiah Walker
Tye Tribbett
Tamela Mann
Best Actress
Gabrielle Union
Kerry Washington
Taraji P. Henson
Tracee Ellis Ross
Viola Davis
Best Actor
Anthony Anderson
Idris Elba
Kevin Hart
Jussie Smollett
Terrence Howard
YoungStars Award
Mo’ne Davis
Quvenzhané Wallis
Jacob Latimore
Jaden Smith
Zendaya
Best Movie
Annie
Beyond the Lights
Selma
Top Five
Think Like a Man Too
Subway Sportswoman of the Year
Brittney Griner
Candace Parker
Serena Williams
Skylar Diggins
Venus Williams
Subway Sportsman of the Year
Chris Paul
Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Stephen Curry
Marshawn Lynch
LeBron James
Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award
Beyoncé – “7/11″
Dej Loaf – “Try Me”
Kendrick Lamar – “i”
Nicki Minaj f/ Drake and Lil Wayne – “Only”
Rae Sremmurd f/ Nicki Minaj and Young Thug – “Throw Sum Mo”
The Weeknd – “Earned It”
Centric Award
Avery Sunshine – “Call My Name”
Jazmine Sullivan f/ Meek Mill – “Dumb”
Mark Ronson f/ Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”
Sam Smith f/ Mary J. Blige – “Stay With Me”
The Weeknd – “Earned It”
Best International Act: Africa
AKA (South Africa)
Fally Ipupa (Dr Congo)
Sarkodie (Ghana)
Sauti Sol (Kenya)
Stonebwoy (Ghana)
The Soil (South Africa)
Wizkid (Nigeria)
Yemi Alade (Nigeria)
Best International Act: UK
FKA twigs
Fuse ODG
Lethal Bizzle
Little Simz
Mnek Stormzy

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