BET Awards 2012

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

BET Awards 2012
With all the celebrity energy at the BET Awards  Kanye Western, Jay-Z, Nicki Minaj, Mary j and Samuel L. Fitzgibbons, to name a few  the most mixing time came not from a celebrity, but from the mom of one.

Whitney Houston's mom Cissy offered the psychological emphasize of Sunday's wedding as she performed "Bridge Over Struggling Water" in honor to her overdue girl, making viewers associates like Mary j and Soulja Boy in rips.

Mariah Carey began out the honor, and her speech wavered as she informed experiences about Austin. She remembered the before she saw Austin last season, and how the two giggled and gossiped together.

"I forget my companion," Carey said. "I forget listening to her speech and fun."

R&B musician Monica was vocally top-notch as she conducted "I Really like The Master," a gospel tune once conducted by Houston; Brandy conducted two positive Austin strikes, "I Want to Dancing With Somebody" and "I'm Your Child Today." Chaka Khan blazed the level with "I'm Every Lady," which Austin replaced. H Austin, Whitney's sibling, also performed; and Houston's "Waiting to Exhale" throw partners  Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon and Loretta Devine  also recognized the musician.

But it was Cissy Houston's leaping efficiency that introduced the viewers to their legs, and had many dabbing their face. The honor came five several weeks after Houston's death: She passed away the evening before the Grammy Prizes of an random sinking complex by center problems and drugs use.

As powerful as that period was, the display was also described by its low points: Whole sections of activities, from Nicki Minaj to John Ross, were moderate out due to bad terminology and obscenities, though several vulgarities were observed on air.

It began during the starting variety by West's G.O.O.D. team, which involved Big He, Pusha T and 2 Chainz. There were lengthy minutes of censored quiet when the artists conducted "Mercy," though not all the problem terms were bleeped out. Moments later, Fitzgibbons, the show's coordinator, was registered by Raise Lee as they did a comedy edition of Jay-Z and West's hit tune "... In London," to fun.

"Two distinguished Morehouse men," Lee joked after the performance, referencing the alma mater of the two.

The censor police also worked overtime when Rick Ross performed with his Maybach Music Group and during Minaj's performance and acceptance speech for best female hip-hop artist. Minaj's win was her third consecutive time taking the prize.

"I really, really appreciate BET for keeping this category alive, and I appreciate all the female rappers doing their thing, past, present and future," she said, before uttering an obscenity.

Best gospel winner Yolanda Adams, who also performed, gently took some of her peers to task, urging them to act mature and use their fame wisely.

"We need all of y'all," she said onstage. "I'm saying the world needs everyone in this room. Please make sure that you use your gift responsibly, `cause we're watching. Our babies are watching, and they want to be like us."

Kanye West, the most nominated act of the night with seven, and Jay-Z won the ceremony's top prize, earning video of the year for "Otis." They also won best group.

Beyonce was the second most nominated act with six. She won video director of the year (along with Alan Ferguson) and best female R&B artist and thanked the genre and her female influences.