Cardi B's Epic Winning Streak Continues With Top Honor At BET Awards

The Bronx rapper has had another successful year.

(AllHipHop News) Cardi B led the winners at the Bet Awards on Sunday night, taking home two gongs including the prestigious prize for Album of the Year.

The 26-year-old rapper collected the honor for her record Invasion of Privacy from Anderson Paak, and couldn’t contain her excitement as she thanked the audience at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

“Thank you so much everybody,” Cardi said. “As a female artist I always feel like, damn, sometimes I feel like I’m doing too much, and sometimes I feel like I’m not doing too much. You know what I’m saying? It’s like you’re never motherf##king perfect to these people, but, the numbers don’t lie. Three times platinum and I want to thank everybody who participated on the album… I’m glad I made an album that your sister, your mother, your grandmother like it.”

Cardi, who went on to take home the Best Female Hip-Hop Artist prize, was also in charge of opening the awards, and pulled out all the stops with an energetic performance of her tracks "Press" and "Clout."

Wearing a barely-there green outfit, the mother-of-one also delighted her husband, Migos star Offset, with a sexy lap dance on stage as she performed her latest single.

Despite winning two prizes at the awards, Cardi was actually nominated for seven, but lost out on categories such as Collaboration of the Year, which went to Travis Scott and Drake for "Sicko Mode," and Video of the Year, which was won by Childish Gambino for "This Is America."

Check out the full list winners below:

Album of the Year – Cardi B, Invasion Of Privacy Best Female R&B/Pop Artist – Beyonce Best Male R&B/Pop Artist – Bruno Mars Best Group – Migos Best Collaboration – Travis Scott ft. Drake, Sicko Mode Best Male Hip Hop Artist – Nipsey Hussle Best Female Hip Hop Artist – Cardi B Video Of The Year – Childish Gambino, This Is America Video Director of the Year – Karena Evans Best New Artist – Lil Baby Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational Award – Snoop Dogg ft. Rance Allen, Blessing Me Again Best International Act – Burna Boy (Nigeria) Best New International Act – ShoMadjozi (South Africa) Best Actress – Regina King Best Actor – Michael B. Jordan Young Stars Award – Marsai Martin Best Movie – Blackkklansman Sportswoman of the Year – Serena Williams Sportsman of the Year – Stephen Curry 2019 Coca-Cola Viewers’ Choice Award – Ella Mai, Trip Humanitarian Award – Nipsey Hussle Lifetime Achievement Award – Mary J. Blige BET Her Award – H.E.R., Hard Place

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