Last night’s BET Awards ceremony brought some of the most talented musicians in black entertainment but we all couldn’t wait to see what they all wore!
Here are some of your fave celebs on the BET Awards Green Carpet arrivals.
The beautiful Kelly Rowland.
The funny Kevin Hart who did a wonderful job of hosting the show.
Willow and Jaden Smith.
Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose. These two are always all over each other! Lol
Not loving Alicia Key’s choice in outfit or that hair but moving along…
Although this single is a Diddy Dirty Money single featured on album ‘Last Train To Paris’ I find it amusing that this song has Chris Brown written all over it. It may very well be his song.
Earlier in the week Chris Brown also twitpic’d the cover of his forthcoming album F.A.M.E. Although the meaning of the letters originally meant “Forgiving All My Enemies” Brown and his camp has since changed the meaning to “For All My Fans”. The album will drop March 22nd.
If you look closely the original meaning can still be seen written in the background of the artwork however.
Check out this behind the scenes exclusive of a day in the life of Hip-Hop Mogul Sean ‘Diddy” Combs and his protege’ and group members of Dirty Money. The group consist of Diddy himself, Dawn Richard previously of Danity Kane and songwriter turned singer Kalenna.
I feel sorry for these girls, this group is so not about them but a sad excuse for Diddy to remain relevant.
Albums just ain’t selling like they use to! R. Kelly, Ciara, Tank and Diddy Dirty Money all released albums last week and to no avail some of the most disappointing album sales this year.
R. Kelly: ‘Love Letter’ ‘debuted #6, selling 150,405
Diddy Dirty Money:‘Last Train To Paris’, rounded out the #10 spot selling 87,380 in its first week.
Unfortunately for Tank, ‘Now or Never’ the most underrated album on the list, tanked selling only 41,181 debuting at #38
And what’s worst Ciara’s ‘Basic Instincts’ stunk. Her worst album yet sold a mere 37,940 coming in at #43. Perhaps its because most of the album leaked months before the album dropped never providing a solid hit.
But good news for Taylor Swift and Susan Boyle whose weeks old albums came in #’s 1 and 2.