Chicago rapper Dreezy is feeling a certain type of way. The hip-hop newcomer has responded to missing out on the 2017 BET Awards nominations.
Dreezy jumped on Twitter Monday (May 15) to voice her frustrations.
R&B superstars Beyoncé and Bruno Mars lead this year’s BET Awards pack.
Beyoncé, who won video of the year with Formation last year, is nominated for the top prize again with Sorry. Her competition includes her sister Solange (Cranes In the Sky); Mars’ playful 24K Magic; Migos’ No. 1 hit Bad and Boujee; and Big Sean’s anthemic Bounce Back. Beyoncé and Solange — who has four nominations — will go head-to-head for best female R&B/pop artist, along with Rihanna, Mary J. Blige and Kehlani. (Channel 24)
This year’s ceremony will see epic category face-offs between music heavyweights Drake and Kendrick Lamar.