For this generation of Urban music lovers, PARTYNEXTDOOR and Lil Uzi Vert are undoubtedly go-to fixtures. What’s more, 2020 has easily been a standout year for both.
While the former earned his highest Hot 100 placement yet with the tune ‘Believe It (featuring Rihanna)‘ as well as his best first-week sales to date with its parent album, ‘PARTYMOBILE,’ the latter’s ‘Eternal Atake’ skyrocketed to the Billboard 200’s summit with not only his personal best but some of the 2020’s biggest first week figures (click here to read more).
To their respective horrors, however, those personal career triumphs were not enough to get them inducted into this year’s class of BET Awards nominees as revealed Monday (June 15).
It’s pretty safe to say they didn’t take the news lightly.
In a string of now deleted posts, PARTYNEXTDOOR (born Jahron Anthony Brathwaite) took to Twitter to say:
Similarly, Uzi Vert (born Symere Woods) stated: