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VH1 Hip Hop Honors recap and Ciara's son calls stepdaddy "Papa" in video

Last night's VH1's "Hip Hop Honors" went down last night! If you missed it, it was a tribute to some of the Queens that paved that way and are icons in Rap & Hip Hop. The honorees included Salt-N-Pepa, Queen Latifah, Lil' Kim, and Missy Elliott. Perhaps the highlight of the night or some of the highlights included Teyana Taylor who paid tribute to Lil' Kim. Also Rich Homie Quan performed with Lil' Kim and forgot the lyrics to "Get Money" which prompted Twitter to go all the way in. Ashanti, Eve and Keke Palmer paid tribute to Salt-N-Pepa. Rah Digga, YoYo, Da Brat paid tribute to Queen Latifah. Trina, Nelly Furtado, Monica paid tribute to Missy Elliott. Other appearances included Suga T, Babs Bunny, Diddy, Keyshia Cole, Heather B, Monie Love and many more. Oh let me not forget, Faith Evans introduced the Lil' Kim tribute which surprised many but Kim and Faith have patched thing up awhile back so that was nice to see Faith in that respect. People are talking about how Ciara's son, Future was seen calling Russell Wilson, "Papa" in a video that has since gone viral. You know those Wilson's love a photo op and a reason to keep people talking. I don't see what the issue is with him calling Russell "Papa" to be honest. Maybe he likely calls Future, "Daddy". Who knows?
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