Dreezy Sounds Off on Being Left Out of Female Rap Nominees for 2017 BET Awards
Today (May 15), nominees for the 2017 BET Awards were announced, and surprisingly, Dreezy's name was nowhere to be found on the list. Now, she's got something to say about the snub. Actually, a few things.
In a Twitter dialog, Dreezy, whose single "Body" went platinum back in February, aired a few of her grievances about not being nominated for a single award, and from what we could tell, she had at least one seemingly inarguable point; her overwhelming success last year.
"Only female to drop a album last year, went platnium, vids all hit millions, 3 tours w/all niggas. No credit. Ima charge it to the game tho 😉," she wrote in the midst of her Twitter venting session.
Like we said, as far as we can see, she makes some pretty good points. Still, it's hard to argue against folks like Cardi B, Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma, Young M.A and Carti B, who all put in work in various ways this past calendar year. Perhaps it was in that spirit Dreezy clarified her intentions with her tweets about the awards show.
"Dont take my passion 4 this as discredit to other females. Salute to all the dope ladies. Some ppl wouldn't even care. I'll be back &better💕," she wrote in one of her last tweets on the matter.
Peep the rest of what Dreezy had to say in our gallery below.
See Dreezy's Tweets About 2017 BET Awards Nominations Snub