Dreezy Takes Issue With Being Snubbed For “Best Female Hip-Hop Artist” At BET Awards
(AllHipHop News) If another woman does take home the trophy for “Best Female Hip-Hop Artist,” it will not be Chicago’s Dreezy.
The “Body” performer did not receive a nomination in the category, and she expressed her disappointment on Twitter.
“Only female to drop [an] album last year, went [platinum], vids all hit millions, 3 tours w/all n-ggas. No credit. Ima charge it to the game tho,” wrote Dreezy.
A separate tweet read, “[Don’t] take my passion 4 this as [a] discredit to other females. Salute to all the dope ladies. Some ppl wouldn’t even care. I’ll be back & better.”
Over the last year, Dreezy saw her videos for songs such as “Close To You” featuring T-Pain and “We Gon Ride” featuring Gucci Mane collect over 10 million views on YouTube.
“Body” featuring Jeremih has over 42 million views on the platform, and the song was certified platinum in January.
The nominees for this year’s BET Award for “Best Female Hip-Hop Artist” include Minaj, Cardi B, Missy Elliott, Remy Ma, and Young M.A.