By Jamal Whiteman
The National White Alliance, a white nationalist organization, has come out against BET, which recently held its star-studded awards show in Los Angeles. The show featured artists such as Chris Brown, Migos and Jamie Foxx.
“How come BET has its own channel and their own award ceremony?” said National White Alliance President Brian Blanc. “You couldn’t have an all-white channel, or a predominately white award ceremony.”
President Donald Trump also complained about the BET Awards last year saying, “Whites don’t get any nominations.”
However, BET regularly features non-black artists such as Bruno Mars and Robin Thicke. (Mars won this year’s Best male R&B/pop award.)
Also, the Oscars have regularly featured award ceremonies where few, if any, black actors were nominated. And the Country Music Awards (CMA) was hit with complaints when Beyonce was nominated for an award.