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Chris Brown the big winner at BET Awards

By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: From a marketing standpoint, Chris Brown appears to have come full circle. The proof that his image somewhat has recovered from the publicity hit he took in the wake of his scandalous fight with Rihanna showed through at the BET Awards on Sunday, where the singer-dancer claimed four trophies to lead the evening.

In accepting the first award of the evening, best male R&B artist, Brown said, “All my fans are everything to me. I know it’s been a long road. I just appreciate every blessing that’s been put in front of me.”

Other winners on the night included Nicki Minaj (best female hip-hop artist), Kanye West (best male hip-hop artist), Wiz Khalifa, Jaden and Willow Smith, Michael Vick and Serena Williams.

Comedian Kevin Hart hosted the event, which featured live performances by Mary J. Blige and Anita Baker; Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, DJ Khaled and Ace Hood; Alicia Keys and Bruno Mars; and Jill Scott and Trey Songz.

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One Comment

  • June 27, 2011 | Permalink |

    I love Chris Brown and all Americans should stick together. Rihanna’s name should never be linked to his name. She’s from another country and she should know that sneaking into a persons messages is violating

    Chris Brown’s name should not be linked to Rihanna’s name ever! She was snooping on his phone. Thats violating. You don’t call 911 cause your man slapped you in the face for snooping on his phone!! That showed her insecurities. She need to go back to Barbados. With the money she made here, She can buy Barbados. Go Home!!

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