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

Television
by Sergio
October 11, 2012 12:25 PM
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BET HIp Hop Awards

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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