Megan Thee Stallion triumphed at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards, taking home three prizes including Hip Hop Artist of the Year.
The Hot Girl Summer hitmaker took home three prizes on the night, including the revered Hip Hop Artist of the Year trophy.
The rap sensation’s Savage remix featuring Beyoncé was crowned Best Collaboration, while Megan also took home Hustler of the Year at the virtual ceremony on Tuesday night.
Roddy Ricch’s acclaimed debut studio album, Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial, was named Hip Hop Album of the Year, and he also bagged Song of the Year for The Box.
Elsewhere, Pop Smoke was posthumously honoured with the Best New Hip Hop Artist gong, Travis Scott was named Best Live Performer and Best Duo or Group went to Chris Brown and Young Thug.
Snoop Dogg also made an appearance to present Master P with the I Am Hip Hop Award.
The live-stream featured show-stopping performances, including a powerful duet between Burna Boy and Coldplay’s Chris Martin of their track Monsters You Made.
Chris sang remotely as the rapper called for the end to police brutality with the emotional performance.