Quen Bey reigned at the BET Awards and dedicated her Humanitarian prize to the Black Lives Matter movement.
The 38-year-old singer won the gong for her Coronavirus relief efforts - which included teaming up with her mum Tina Knowles for a mobile testing initiative, and donating to worthy causes to help those affected by Covid-19.
In a pre-recorded acceptance speech at the event - which was held virtually due to the pandemic - Beyonce said: “I want to dedicate this award to all of my brothers out there, all of my sisters out there inspiring me, marching and fighting for change.
“Your voices are being heard, and you’re proving to our ancestors that their struggles were not in vain. Now we have one more thing we need to do to walk in our true power, and that is to vote.
“I’m encouraging you to continue to take action, continue to change and dismantle a racist and unequal system. We have to continue to do this together.”
Beyonce also won in the BET HER Award category for her song Brown Skin Girl, which features her eight-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter, as well as Wizkid and Saint JHN.
Other big winners included Chris Brown, who won Best Male R&B/Pop Artist and Best Collaboration for his tune No Guidance with Drake, who had led nominations with six nods.
Megan Thee Stallion was named Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, while Lizzo took the Best Female R&B/Pop Artist title at the BET Awards, which was hosted by Amanda Seales.
Public Enemy opened the event with their 1989 hip hop classic Fight the Power, and they added new lyrics to the tune to include mentions of recent events, with the help of Nas, Rapsody, YG, the Roots’ Black Thought and Questlove.
Michael B. Jordan won Best Actor, while basketballer LeBron James was named Sportsman of the Year.
Nigeria’s Burna Boy beat South Africa’s Sho Madjozi to bag the Best International Act award.
And Zimbabwe’s Sha Sha won the Viewer’s Choice: Best New International Act prize.