Marsai Martin Has A Message … Worry About Justice And Not My Wig!

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The BET Awards were lit! While Sunday night’s show was completely virtual, fans on social media seemed to think this was the best year yet. The show definitely set the standard for how many may do it moving forward. But, with all of the successes, there was some shade — and Marsai Martin definitely felt it on her end. The “Black-ish” star announced Megan Thee Stallion as the Best Female Hip Hop Artist, but many were focused on the 16-year-old’s hair, not her announcement.

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