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BET Awards 2012 Performances and Review #BETAwards

Welcome, welcome, welcome....yall know what time it is. As always TammyTalks is here to bring you ALL the performances from the 2012 BET Awards 
WIllow Smith

The BET Awards started with a dope ass performance from Kanye West and the good folks at GOOD Music!!! Yeezy performed Mercy and Theraflu finishing with a crazy freestyle at the end! Check it out below
Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz

Usher



The Award for best group went to Kanye West and Jay Z


Usher took the stage next performing Climax
Usher


Kevin Hart won actor of the year for his role in Think Like A Man


 Big Sean won best new artist...I completely disagree but eh...


Yolanda Adams took us to church with gospel music counterparts
Yolanda Adams



Chante Moore took to the stage to honor the late Donna Summers


Chris Brown won the award for Best Male RnB artist


Nicki Minaj was up next with 2 Chainz as a special guest




Wale won collab of the year for "Lotus Flower Bomb"


Melanie Fiona performed her latest single "Wrong Side of a Love Song"
Melanie Fiona


Yolanda Adams won the Gospel award


DAngelo made his comeback!!!




Beyonce won Best Female RnB artist


MMG took to the stage to perform




Nicki Minaj won Best Female Hip Hop Artist


Joe, Tyrese, and Faith Evans honored Frankie Beverly and Maze
Frankie Beverly



Jay Z and Kanye West won Video of the Year for Otis


Chris Brown performed next






Mariah Carey, Monica, Brandy, Gary Houston, Cissy Houston, Loretta Devine, Angela Bassett, Lela Rochon, and Chaka Khan honored Whitney Houston


Mindless Behavior won the Viewers Choice Award

Beyonce won Video Director of the Year for Party

Ca$h Out and Tyga close out the awards

Chris Brown won the Fandemonium Award

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