DaBaby is not a sore loser.
The “Rockstar” rapper went into Tuesday’s BET Hip Hop Awards with 12 nominations, the most of any artist, but he went home with none.
Despite taking an L in all his nominated categories, DaBaby is not losing sleep. In response to a post on The Shade Room, he said he doesn’t hold any ill will and even congratulated the winners.
“ion think Baby trippin,” he commented. “@bet love Baby, congrats to the winners. #WellDeserved.”
Baby, who was nominated in top categories including Lyricist of the Year and Hip Hop Artist of the Year, performed at last year’s Hip Hop Awards and also won Best New Hip Hop Artist. Over the summer, he took home Best Male Hip Hop Artist at the 2020 BET Awards.
Megan Thee Stallion was the big winner at Tuesday’s ceremony with three wins including Hustler of the Year, Hip Hop Artist of the Year, and Best Collaboration for her “Savage (Remix)” with Beyoncé. Queen Bey also took home a second win for Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse for the collaboration. Roddy Ricch scored a pair of wins for Song of the Year and Album of the Year.
album & song of the year!! I appreciate all my fans to infinity 🙏🏽. Y’all the greatest
— Roddy Ricch (@RoddyRicch) October 28, 2020
Pop Smoke posthumously won for Best New Hip Hop Artist. 50 Cent, who executive produced the late rapper’s debut album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, celebrated the win on social media.
ok 😏he got one, for his mom. @roddyricch thank you for helping me with this. She want to Woo💫 #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi pic.twitter.com/kUOCWyRvFV
— 50cent (@50cent) October 28, 2020