Nicki Minaj, The Weeknd slam Grammys for past and current nomination snubs

Nicki Minaj, The Weeknd slam Grammys for past and current nomination snubs

- Nicki Minaj voiced her frustration on Twitter recalling an award she lost back in 2012

- The rapper called out Grammys for not giving her an award for best new artiste, claiming they gave it to a "white man"

- The Weeknd blatantly said the Grammys "remain corrupt" and owed him, the fans, and the industry

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The 63rd Grammys Awards recently announced the nominees for the event and there seems to be a lot of artists who were not pleased with the list.

Nicki Minaj and The Weeknd slam Grammys for past, current nomination snubs
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There are others who decided to remind the Recording Academy of its previous faults with Nicki Minaj being at the top of that list.

The rapper went on her Twitter account reacting to the 2021 Grammy nominations while recalling an award she lost for best new artiste back in 2012.

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Nicki said she would "never forget" the Grammys not giving her the award when she had seven of her songs in big charts than any woman in the last decade.

She candidly said that they gave it to the "white man" Bon Iver, leading to thousands of reactions from Twitter fans.

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As for The Weekend, he was angered at not being nominated even for a single award despite a top album that saw several singles top charts according to Brooklyn vegan.

In a tweet, the singer blatantly said that the Grammys "remain corrupt" and owed him, the fans, and the entire industry some transparency.

Even after winning previous Grammys Awards, both artists believe the past and present snubs have been an injustice to their flourishing careers.

In more Grammys news, Legit.ng reported the Recording Academy announced Daily Show anchor Trevor Noah as the host of the 63rd event.

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The Recording Academy took to Twitter on Tuesday, November 24, to reveal that the South African Emmy-award winner would host the prestigious awards on January 31, 2021.

"We’re thrilled to welcome @TheDailyShow host, Emmy-winner, and Grammy-nominee @TrevorNoah as the host of the 63rd #GRAMMYs! We can’t think of a better person to serve as Master of Ceremonies for Music’s Biggest Night (sic)," the statement read.

The Recording Academy is an American learned academy of musicians, producers, recording engineers, and other musical professionals.

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