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XXXTentacion’s Mother Accepts Award For "Favorite Soul/R&B Album" At AMA’s

10 October 2018

She will oversee a ceremony that includes Taylor Swift performing "I Did Something Bad", in her first live performance at an awards show since 2015.

"This award and every single award given out tonight were voted on by the people, and you know what else is voted on by the people, " she said, "the midterm elections on November 6".

He told the audience they should register to vote if they cared for "equality for women, for people of colour, for the LGBTQ community, if you believe that climate change is real".

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The Billy on the Street star was referring to Swift's usually political post to endorse two Democratic Tennessee Congressional candidates; Senate candidate Phil Bredesen and House of Representatives candidate Jim Cooper for the November midterm elections. In the rap/hip-hop and pop/rock categories, Drake is up for favorite male artist, favorite album and favorite song with "God's Plan". His mother, Cleopatra Bernard, accepted the award on his behalf. On behalf of my son, I would like to thank the AMAs, his fans and everyone who made this possible.

It takes her AMA tally to 23, beating Whitney Houston's 19 to make her the most successful female artist at the awards. The rapper Cardi B won three awards, including one in tandem with Bruno Mars for their track Finesse. She also condemned Republican senatorial candidate Marsha Blackburn for her voting record on women's rights and equal marriage.

Late rapper, XXXTentacion, who was gunned down in June aged 20, won a posthumous award.

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Please, please educate yourself on the candidates running in your state and vote based on who most closely represents your values.

Gladys Knight led a tribute to Aretha Franklin, who died of cancer in August at age 76.

Other performers included Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Shawn Mendes and twenty one pilots.

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XXXTentacion’s Mother Accepts Award For