BET Awards 2011 Photos: TuFace, D'Banj, Fally Ipupa, Tiwa Savage, The Game

2010 marked the inauguration of the BET Awards Best International Act, Africa category. It was history in the making as African acts were nominated for the awards: M.I, P-Square, Kojo Antwi among the nominees. It was also history in the making for Ladybrille, the first African owned online publication to be invited to the BET Awards to cover both the pre-awards and awards red carpet event. This year, we are happy to see BET Networks’ continued efforts to recognize African acts. Among the nominees for this year’s awards show is TuFace, D’Banj and Fally Ipupa. The nominees have since arrived in Los Angeles for the show tonight and are busy enjoying their closeups. Check out a few images from the event courtesy the reputable Cecil Hammond.

Boris Kodjoe, Ari Parker, Cecil Hammond

Cecil Hammond, Fally Ipupa, Trey Songz

The Rejectz

D’Banj on the Red Carpet at BET Awards

D’Banj, Eric Benet, Cecil Hammond

Master P poses with D’Banj and his crew

Kevin Hart poses with D’Banj, Fally Ipupa and crew

American rapper The Game poses with Cecil Hammond and crew

Songstress Tiwa Savage poses with D’Banj, TuFace and Fally Ipupa

TuFace, Terrence J and D’Banj

Ladybrille Magazine

Founded in 2007, Ladybrille® Magazine is a California based pioneer digital publication demystifying the image of Africans in the west through contemporary African fashion and celebrating the brilliant woman in business and leadership, with an emphasis on the African woman in the diaspora. Our coverage includes stories on capital, access to markets, expertise, hiring and retention, sales, marketing, and promotions.

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  1. Mrs. Tremaine Aldon Neverson says:

    My boo looks so handsome, and so does Terrence J., I swear, have you two really talked about seeing if you have the same relatives, cause you look too much alike…

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