Last night, Chris Brown won Best Male R&B Artist at the 2012 BET Awards, where he revealed in his acceptance speech that his next album will be his last. And for some reason, I’m just not buying it at all. See what he had to say below:
“I’d like to thank Team Breezy, everybody who worked on any one of my albums,” he said. “My last albumthat’s coming out in two days. … I just want to thank all my fans. It’s dedicated to y’all. This one’s for y’all, man, I appreciate everything,” he said, blowing fans a kiss.
Also, Chris may have dissed Drake on his new freestyle track following the infamous bottle brawl, but it appears he’s taken the high road when it comes to his ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
Following the death of the “We Found Love” singer’s grandmother, Ciara “Dolly” Brathwaite, Rihanna headed to Twitter Saturday, posting touching photos and tweets about her grandmother, whom she called “Gran Gran Dolly” after she lost her battle with cancer this week, according to Gossip Cop.
“Goodbye #grangranDOLLY get your beauty rest until I see you,” the singer wrote, among other things.
Chris soon chimed in, tweeting, “Praying for family and the lost loved one. She was like my grandmother. Love you GRAN GRAN! RIP”
- Beyoncé – Best Female R&B Artist
- Chris Brown – Best Male R&B Artist
- Drake – Best Male Hip-Hop Artist
- Nicki Minaj – Best Female Hip-Hop Artist
- (Jay-Z & Kanye West) The Throne – Best Group
- Big Sean – Best New Artist
- Wale & Miguel – “Lotus Flower Bomb” – Best Collaboration
- (Jay-Z & Kanye West) “Otis” – Video of the Year
- Beyoncé and Alan Ferguson – Video Director of the Year
- Yolanda Adams – Best Gospel
- Diggy Simmons – YoungStars Award
- Mindless Behavior “Hello” – Viewers’ Choice Award
- Common – Centric Award
- Wretch 32 – Best International Act: U.K.
- Sarkodie (Ghana) & Wizkid (Nigeria) – Best International Act: Africa
- Viola Davis – Best Actress
- Kevin Hart – Best Actor
- The Help – Best Movie
- Serena Williams – Sportswoman of the Year
- Kevin Durant – Sportsman of the Year
- Chris Brown – AOL Fandemonium Award
The show also included special tributes to Al Sharpton as the Humanitarian Award Honoree and Maze featuring Frankie Beverly as the Life Achievement Award winner