Rihanna opens, which I wasn’t expecting because of…reasons. Then we learn that she’s going to perform three more times…anyway, I was bored with that opener despite the lively Pepto-bismol production.
Key and Peele are hosting and I was here for it…at first.
Diddy is now back to Puff Daddy and he’s wearing a kimono. Definitely here for that. He had to accept a vma on Drake’s behalf and said he would have to fight him for it.
Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj…okay so I think she maintained a pretty decent vocal while BIKING
|...and I need Nicki's boots.|
Future…I honestly didn’t know at first because all of these trap negros sound the same to me.
…and now another negro I don’t always understand, Kanye West. At some point he calls himself his own role model, which I expected and then he made a comment about the systematic disenfranchisement of black people also, he further dragged Taylor; scattered as usual, but still, there was a valid point.
TEYANA TAYLOR HAS ONE OF THE BEST PERFORMANCES I’VE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE OMG. She is unreal.
|...and it was reported that her post baby body has nothing to do with the gym...kill me.|
Rita Ora makes her customary appearance and helps introduce Nick Jonas who is also becoming a customary performer…at least Pepsi thought it was epic because I didn’t care--except for the obvious:
|I'm so proud of Miss Prada tho :`)|
|I'm writing her in for president.|
The Final Five (minus Gabby who was probably just trying to avoid Twitter niggers) present an award to the Queen, who looked regal as fuck, wow:
|Her face says it all.|
|...at least she knows who's more original.|
|(from the "Try Again" video")|
Then Rihanna closes the show with her final wailing…it was in key and she looked amazing. Her fuck buddy presented her with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award.
|Unpopular opinion: I don't like them as a couple.|
Normani...I'm legit counting down the days until she goes solo, this girl is a star.