Nicki Minaj Wins Female Hip Hop Award at MTV’s European Music Awards 2021
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran takes the award for best artist and best song for “Bad Habits” while K-pop star BTS is back at MTV’s European Music Awards, which is returning as a face-to-face event after a virtual 2020 edition due to the pandemic. received four awards. Nicki Minaj won the top award for best hip-hop.
MTV said the EMAs hosted in Budapest on Sunday will continue to show solidarity with Hungary’s LGBTQ+ community, following a law in June outlawing the “display and promotion of homosexuality” among under-18s. This is an important situation. MTV has openly said that it takes care of these people in Hungary.
Imagine Dragons are back at the EMAs for the release of their new single “Enemy”.
Ed Sheeran, BTS, Nicki Minaj are the winners of MTV’s European Music Awards. Papp Laszlo said the 2021 EMAs, held at the Budapest Sports arena, will be “a global celebration of music for all audiences around the world.”
Lil Nas X won the best video award for “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”, while Korean group BTS won the most awards with four including best pop, best K-pop, best group and biggest fans . First-time EMA winners Måneskin took the award for best rock, while host and artist Saweetie won best new.
Nicki Minaj Wins an Award
Nicki Minaj won the top award for best hip-hop. Nicki Minaj shared her happiness on Instagram / Twitter and presented it to her fans. She also thanked MTV. In her last post, she wrote: “If it’s one thing the Barbz gon do it’s VOTE. 😩 Thank you to #MTV for this award for female hip hop @ the European Music Awards in Budapest, Hungary tonight 🎀 #Barbz I love you with my whole ♥️. Kisses & a million hugs. For LIFE 🦄”
#barbz did indeed vote their little fingers off for 👑 @nickiminaj, our 2021 Best Hip-Hop winner! 💜 pic.twitter.com/0VOW1dyI4z
— MTV EMA (@mtvema) November 15, 2021
Maluma received the award for best Latino and YUNGBLUD received the award for best alternative. Budapest Pride Hungarian board member Viktoria Radvanyi accepted the award on behalf of the winners of the Budapest Pride Parade.
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