The 10 Absolute Best And Most Side-Eye Worthy Moments From The 2013 BET Awards

July 1, 2013  |  
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I don’t know what you were doing last night, but we were chatting with some very comical people online all night about the BET Awards. In all honesty, this might have been the best award show I’ve seen the network put on since Mo’Nique used to host, as there were rarely any moments during it that I would call “the worst.” Chris Tucker brought the funny (especially when he was joking about his tax troubles, getting on Miguel, and doing his flawless Michael Jackson impression), and there were some conversations to be had about the Spike Lee-inspired moving walkway and the questionable ensembles some of our favorite brothas (bolero jackets and pony hair?). Here are a few moments from last night’s show that we loved, and a few that we just couldn’t understand…but didn’t hate! Let us know if you agree!

Uncle Charlie’s Tribute

I’ve watched most of BET’s tributes over the years, and I must say, the Charlie Wilson tribute was one of the best. It was energetic at all times (even when Jamie Foxx came out and sang the slow jam, “Yearning For Your Love”), and you have to be doing something right when Stevie Wonder comes out to sing your song (“Burn Rubber On Me”). Add to that a very delicious-looking Justin Timberlake, a very heartfelt speech by Uncle Charlie himself in the brightest suit jacket ever, and a rundown of some of his beloved songs with a little help from Snoop Dogg, Pharrell and JT, and you have a winner.

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