The BET Hip-Hop Awards 2022 provided many-a-notable moment courtesy of the host of music stars who took to its high-octane stage.

Now, after blazing performances from the likes of Fivio Foreign, Jeezy, Fat Joe and Remy Ma, Lil Kim, GloRilla, and more (click here to watch), look inside to see who walked away with the show’s biggest star – its coveted trophies!

The full winner’s list awaits inside:


The 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards blasted from screens Tuesday night (October 4) and, as ever, the high-octane show brought the goods!
Hosted by Rap legend Fat Joe, the ceremony featured appearances from some of the best and brightest names in Hip Hop as well as stage-blazing performances from the likes of BLEU, Lil Kim, GloRilla, Remy Ma, Fivio Foreign, and more.

See all the action inside:


The 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards kicked off Tuesday night (October 4) with a reboot of the network’s former Rap exclusive music video show, ‘Rap City.’

Helmed by its longtime host Big Tigger, the special edition showing featured interviews with G Herbo, Rapsody, Remy Ma, and Rap Queen Lil Kim.

The latter, who made headlines for recently hitting the studio with Cardi B after deeming the ‘Bodak Yellow’ beauty the princess of Rap, took to the platform to continue showering praise on the GRAMMY winner.

Look inside to hear the sweet words imparted the way of Cardi.


‘Pull Over’ performer Trina wants you to pull up the polls to vote!

And in the event you needed gentle persuasion, she’s teamed with rising rapper Saucy Santana and the dating app BLK to get the message across.

Just in time for National Voter Education Week, the Hip-Hop duo tag team on the sexually suggestive ‘No Voting, No Vucking’ – which proclaims “if you wanna hit this booty, gotta do your civic duty” – comes as a musical bid to get young people active in midterm elections.

“I’m honored to use my platform to empower young people because not voting is definitely a red flag in a relationship. Period!” said Santana in a [press statement. “Now, more than ever, we have to use our voices to stand up for what we believe in. Voting is sexy. Being informed is sexy.”

Look inside to see the sexy political action.


Social media remains in an uproar after Kanye West‘s Yeezy Paris Fashion Week Show on Monday (October 3) saw the controversial rapper unveil a new line of custom tee shirts with the phrase “White Lives Matter” printed on them.

Rocked by fellow celebrities Candace Owens, Selah Marley (daughter of Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley‘s son Rohan), and others, the shirts garnered quite the backlash despite West’s attempt to classify them as “revolutionary art.”

Hours after the GRAMMY winner took to the net to defend the Yeezy tees as a response to the “scam” that was the Black Lives Matter movement (as we reported here), Selah has done the same.

Look inside to see how she’s hitting back at critics.


In the wake of the shooting death of his friend and ‘Too Many Years’ collaborator PNB Rock, rapper Kodak Black has been atop many related headlines – from posting a “chicken and waffles” tribute many found insensitive to slamming the late emcee’s girlfriend, Stephanie Sibounheuang, for what he believed was her role in the 30-year-old’s untimely passing.

Joining a chorus of many at the time who thought her geo-tagged Instagram post is what alerted Rock’s would-be killers to locate him, Black took to social media to suggest the young woman “kill herself” as a result.

After police reports later revealed the men suspected of the crime were already at the Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘N Waffles restaurant when PNB (born Rakim Hasheem Allen) arrived, Kodak took accountability for his harsh words and issued an apology.

Read it inside.


Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion gallop to collect yet another shiny new plaque from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) thanks to their March-released duet, ‘Sweetest Pie.’

A slice of good news for the hitmakers awaits inside.

It’s been over a week since word officially broke that Rihanna had been crowned headliner of the next Super Bowl Halftime Show, but the masses,  especially her beloved fans (affectionately called #TheNavy), can’t seem to contain their excitement over the spectacle despite it being 6 months away.

That very excitement is a sentiment shared by the Pop diva herself, who was spotted shopping at a Bristol Farms grocery store in West Hollywood on Tuesday (October 4).

Look inside to see what she shared about the forthcoming jaunt.


Spice is well-versed in bringing the flavor!

So, it’s apt that the Queen of Dancehall recognizes a delicious bop when she hears one.

That Grape Juice was on-hand at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2022 and caught up with the Jamaican superstar and she was filled with praise aplenty for Nicki Minaj. 

Speaking with TGJ’s Ques Williams, the GRAMMY nominee showered praise on the rapper for delving into Dancehall with Skeng on ‘Likkle Miss.’

Spice also spilled on how essential her new album ‘Emancipated’ is.

Check out the interview above…


The BET Hip Hop Awards 2022 air tonight (October 4) on BET at 9pm ET/PT

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Ari Fletcher is booked and busy!

Whether it’s building a business empire or dominating the social media arena, the 27-year-old continues to make quite the name for herself.

And it’s a trajectory that looks set to continue on her new BET+ show ‘The Impact Atlanta.’

That Grape Juice caught up with Ari and her co-star Arrogant Tae at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2022, where they spilled on what to expect.

Chopping it up with TGJ‘s Ques Williams on the red carpet at the ATL ceremony (which took place at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre), Fletcher made clear that her show (which premieres October 5) will be unmissable.

Check out the fun-filled interview above…


The BET Hip Hop Awards 2022 air tonight (October 4) on BET at 9pm ET/PT

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Tia Mowry has called time on her marriage to Cory Hardrict.

Full story below…


Chloe Bailey continues to make major moves. This time in partnership with Pepsi.

The multi-hyphenate star shines in the music video-meets-commercial, which draws inspiration from ‘Footloose.’ Bailey aptly performs her own unique take on the film’s theme too.

Poured out in promotion of the Pepsi Soda Shop (which puts a spin on the classic), the musical spot arrives on the heels of the songbird’s recent single ‘Surprise’ and ahead of incoming effort ‘For The Night.’

Watch after the jump…