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BET Awards 2022: These Female Hip Hop Artists Have The Fashion Game On Lock

These MCs slay all day.

Today’s fashion trends are heavily influenced by female MCs. That said, we always look forward to seeing female hip-hop artists on the red carpet. Whether you’re a fashion risk-taker or into more polished looks, each awards show is the perfect opportunity to pick up a few fashion pointers. Here’s a look back at how the female hip-hop artists like Meg Thee Stallion, Cardi B, Doja Cat and more shut down BET Awards.

  • Megan Thee Stallion

    Megan Thee Stallion attends the BET Awards 2021
    Megan Thee Stallion attends the BET Awards 2021

    Megan's style always completes her height and boldness.

  • Latto

     Latto attends the 2021 BET Awards
    Latto attends the 2021 BET Awards

    Whether it's a new hair color or a fierce pair of stilettos, Latto makes sure she's noticed when she enters a room.

  • Coi Leray

    Coi Leray attends the BET Awards 2021
    Coi Leray attends the BET Awards 2021

    Coi's still somewhat a newcomer, but she's making a mark with her style that ranges from tom-boy chic, to glamour.

  • Saweetie

    Saweetie attends the BET Awards 2021
    Saweetie attends the BET Awards 2021

    Come on, Saweetie kills it on and off stage. 

  • Cardi B

    Cardi B at the 2017 BET Award.
    Cardi B at the 2017 BET Award.

    The glow-up is real with Cardi and we're here for it!

  • Doja Cat

    Doja Cat attends the Pantene Style Stage at the 2019 BET Awards
    Doja Cat attends the Pantene Style Stage at the 2019 BET Awards

    Doja is one artist who's never afraid to go full avant-garde! 

    Tune in to the BET Awards 2022 Sunday, June 26 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on BET.

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