Sexyy Red’s 2024 BET Awards Performance Looked Presidential Plus Wardrobe Malfunction


Sexyy Red, performed at the 2024 BET Awards. The 26-year-old, “We Go Together” rapper kicked off her set with “U My Everything,” although the track features Drake, he didn’t make a surprise appearance. Dripped in striking red she was flanked by a live band and dancers in red dresses.

The performance then transitioned into her 2023 hit “SkeeYee,” then things got presidential as the “Sexyy Red For President 2024” emblem lit up the stage floor. She serious, ya’ll. 

About that wardrobe malfunction … During her set, fans posed on social to “fire her team” when her shorts had an issue after her outfit change. In the moment, Sexyy Red barely let it affect her as she rapidly zipped the shorts as she ran down the stage. Even unbuttoned, she barely missed a beat and twerked to the satisfaction of most of the crowd.


ICYMI, Sexyy Red has had a monumental year. Back in May, she released her latest mixtape, “In Sexyy We Trust,” featuring collaborations with Drake, Lil Baby, Mike WiLL Made-It, and VonOff1700. The project debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard 200, selling 27,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.

Despite her rising popularity, Jermaine Dupri expressed his concern about her first-week sales, seeing them as indicative of negative industry trends. “People gotta stop lying,” JD told Steve Stoute at SelectCon in Atlanta. “The industry still tries to make you believe that if you’re a hot artist with a single, album sales don’t matter […] In the era that I came into the music industry if you sold 28,000 copies, you didn’t get another chance to walk in the building […] There’s such a disconnect between understanding streaming and what you’re actually looking at.”

Get this, outside of her recent BET performance and new music, Sexyy Red made her debut on WWE television at the end of May. She appeared on an episode of WWE NXT, where she unveiled the new WWE NXT Women’s North American Championship and announced her role as host for their Battleground event at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. She also escorted WWE NXT Champion Trick Williams and Je’Von Evans to their main event tag team match against the Scottish faction Gallus.

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