Lil Reese Slams The BET Hip Hop Awards

Lil Reese is angry. And he may have good reason.

The “Money Stackin” rapper was in traffic venting about the BET Hip Hop awards.

“Traffic fuck awards sucka,” the caption on his Instagram post read.

Lil Reese’s anger may possible stem from the lack of Chicago presence at the awards show. Chicago has long faced hurdles when it comes to gaining mainstream recognition in the industry.

Chief Keef also expressed his dissatisfaction with BET after being snubbed from the 2013 BET Awards.

Chief, who regards himself as the hottest artist currently out, took to social media to say BET fears the Glory Boyz camp.

“Man Dey ass Scared Of Us,” Keef wrote on his Twitter account.

“#FuckBetAwardzYoungestHottestTalkedAboutNiggaOnEarthNeverBeenOnBet #MtvTmzLoveMeDoeShoutOutDem,” the caption on Keef’s Instagram account read.

The embattled rap star even vented his frustrations in a video posted online.

“Man, f*ck BET!” Keef said. “We out here, man. Leaning. If we go to the BET Awards. Chains getting took. B*tches getting fucked. They mommas getting f*cked. Steal, pregnant… everything.”

This isn’t the first time Chief Keef commented on his soured relationship with Black Entertainment Television.

Many fans were hoping to see a musical performance by the “Bang Pt. 2” rapper at the BET Awards.

But Keef downplayed any notion of him performing, writing, “They Scared Of Me.”

It is no question Chief Keef’s quick rise to fame has made him one of the most sought after acts in Hip Hop.

But the door is slowly creaking open for the Windy City. Chi Town native Chance The Rapper earned a nomination for “Mixtape of the Year.”

Chance, born Chancelor Bennett, recounted the moment he learned of the nod. The “Favorite Song” rapper said he was in Paris when he learned of the news.

Big Sean eventually won the award for his “Detroit” mixtape.

Lil Durk graced the awards show with his presence. The “Dis Ain’t What You Want” rapper appeared alongside French Montana’s Coke Boys crew.

Chicago Hip Hop is constantly being told it has to pay its dues before it can be a known presence in the industry. At this point, its dues have been overpaid.

What will it take for Chicago to take the industry by storm? Sound off below

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