“I’m going to need us to start Black History Month over again,” someone tweeted.
R&B diva said she wanted to “be a bridge” in a divided country after 2016 election.
The singer faces widespread sexual abuse allegations.
“I am proud to use my voice to unite and represent our country,” legendary singer says.
Sony-owned RCA Records has yet to drop the singer.
The awards will air live on Feb. 10 from the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
The rapper was reportedly frustrated with the festival’s “limiting” staging options.
The entertainer released her debut studio album in April 2018.
R&B group is known for such hits as “Uh Huh” and “Gots Ta Be.”
“He don’t need that he on fire already!” rapper Meek Mill tweeted.
Jackson thanked fans for their “love and support.”
Lamar scored big for his work on the “Black Panther” soundtrack.