The superstar singer and actress will obtain the award in recognition of her BeyGOOD initiative, through which she has recognized many scholarship and philanthropic foundations.
Most not too long ago, in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Beyoncé teamed up with her mom, Tina Knowles Lawson, for the #IDIDMYPART mobile tests initiative, supporting Houston communities of color that have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Beyoncé also donated to help organizations on the ground that are functioning to satisfy the bodily and psychological overall health desires of these most vulnerable.
Her good deeds continued for Juneteenth, pursuing the launch of her hottest track, “Black Parade,” with the generation of BeyGOOD’s Black Business enterprise Fund, administered by the National Urban League, to help Black-owned smaller firms.
There will also be tributes to the late basketball legend Kobe Bryant and legendary singer Tiny Richard, with performances by rapper Lil Wayne and Wayne Brady.
The Guess Awards, which honor Black excellence in enjoyment and sporting activities, coincide with an ongoing cultural reckoning with racial injustice and law enforcement brutality.
“We want a thing to brighten us up, to uplift us,” Bet Award nominee Karen Clark Sheard, member of the famous gospel team The Clark Sisters, claimed about the timing of Sunday’s show in an interview with CNN this week.
“It can be surely an opportunity to have this second and we thank Guess for offering us this option just to take pleasure in those who have been a blessing to us,” included Clark Sheard.
“It is time for us to truly talk victory into the life of so numerous people today who have endured loss and even those that are heading as a result of it right now,” her sister, Dorinda Clark-Cole claimed.
The Wager Awards will air Sunday on Wager and CBS starting at 8 p.m. EST.