BET's 'Hip Hop Awards' Show Drops Big In Ratings

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by Sergio
October 11, 2012 12:25 PM
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Despite the heavily reported backstage fight between Young Jeezy and Rick Ross (and will somebody PLEASE tell him to stop pulling up his shirt) the ratings for BET's Hip-Hop Awards show on Tuesday night took a serious drop in ratings and viewership.

This Tuesday's show was down 1 million viewers from last year's show, pulling in just slightly over 3 million viewers, as compared to 4.1 millions viewers a year ago.

As a result, the network's new reality show, Keyshia and Dainel: Family First, got lower ratings and viewership than the sit-com Reed Between the Lines, which premiered after last year's awards show, though by a slimmer margin - 3.3 million viewers for Reed, compared to 2.9 million for Keyshia and Daniel.

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  • Johnnie MD | October 12, 2012 9:47 PMReply

    I did not even know that it was airing. I do not recall seeing any tv spots or advertisements for it. Of course that could be because I don't watch much BET, VH1 or MTV.

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