Some fab YBF chicks were honored at the 4th Annual WEEN Awards last night. Peep the pics of Sevyn Streeter, Yandy Smith, Jeanette Jenkins, Bridget Kelly, MC Lyte and more inside….
There’s nothing like a YBF chick making boss moves in her field. And last night, a handful of powerful women were honored at the 4th Annual WEEN Awards held at New York’s Helen Mills event space, sponsored by Carol's Daughter and Ciroc.
Over 300 guests filled the room to celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of a group of YBF women in their respective industries. The seven honorees included: Carol’s Daughter founder/CEO Lisa Price, hip-hop icon MC Lyte, R&B singer Sevyn Streeter, radio personality Angela Yee, fitness mogul Jeanette Jenkins, financial expert Lynn Richardson and filmmaker/artist Vashtie Kola.
“It Won’t Stop” singer Sevyn Streeter kept it cute in a crop-top sweater and high waisted white pants to accept her WEEN Award for her singing and song writing abilities.
A very pregnant Yandy Smith (“LAHH NY) flossed her baby bump on the pink carpet. The reality star and her boyfriend Mandeecees are expecting their 2nd child together and this time they’re having a girl!
The “Love & Hip Hop” franchise mastermind Mona Scott-Young was in the mix last night.
Honorees Lynn Richardson and MC Lyte were all smiles on the carpet posing it up alongside Cheryl James aka Salt from "Salt-N-Pepa".
Power 105's The Breakfast Club radio host Angela Yee showed off her award with her homie Sevyn.
WEEN co-founder Valeisha Butterfield-Jones was tapped to host the event. But before she got to her hosting duties, she hit the carpet with her husband/NBA analyst Dahntay Jones.
Singer/songwriter Bridget Kelly posed it up with some Carol's Daughter porducts on the pink carpet. She hit the stage to present Angela Yee her award.
Beyonce stylist Ty Hunter was in attendance. He recently launched his new clothing line (in partnership with Served Fresh) "With Passion by Ty Hunter".
Recording artist Justine Skye showed off her purple tresses with a smile.
Filmmaker/artist Vashtie Kola came out to accept her award.
Singer/model Africa Miranda and her curly coif worked the carpet.
Carol’s Daughter founder/CEO Lisa Price and “Being Mary Jane” star Gary Dourdan were all smiles.
The honorees looked delighted as they posed with their awards.
Photos: Stephen Knight/Angela's IG