Last night, the 2016 BET Hip-Hop Awards aired a star-studded a very politically charged show. Hosted by DJ Khalid, the evening featured the traditional BET cypher with some from the cast of “Empire,” and some explosive performances that spoke specifically to the present state of black America.
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T.I. closed out the show with some new music from his new EP, “Us Or Else.” His bars were smart and definitely sending a message to the younger generations and the perpetrators of gun violence in our communities. Headkrack explains why, even though the content that T.I. has been creating as of late is different than the old stuff, fans should embrace it. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from “The Rickey Smiley Morning Show”
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The Best And Worst Looks From The 2016 Hip Hop Awards
1. TI1 of 11
2. Rich The Kid2 of 11
3. Fat Joe3 of 11
4. DJ Khaled and Consequence's son4 of 11
5. DJ Holiday and wife Ebony5 of 11
6. DJ Drama6 of 11
7. Desiigner7 of 11
8. Dae Dae8 of 11
9. Consequence and his son9 of 11
10. Fat Joe, Remy Ma10 of 11
11. 21 Savage11 of 11
Why T.I.’s Fans Need To Let Him Grow Up [EXCLUSIVE AUDIO] was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com