Cardi B made history at the BET Hip Hop Awards on Oct. 5. The Bronx native became the first female artist to win the category for Best Hip Hop video twice. During Tuesday night’s event, Cardi and Megan Thee Stallion took home the award for their salacious hit “WAP.” Cardi first received the honor in 2019 for her track “Money.”

This year, Cardi and Meg also snagged two more awards for “WAP” including one for “Song of the Year” and another for “Best Collaboration.”

This is the second year in a row that an all-female duo has secured a statuette for Best Collaboration. Last year, Megan Thee Stallion received the award for her smash remix of “Savage” featuring Beyonce. Cardi took to Twitter to express her gratitude towards BET and Meg for their blowout win.

Cardi took to Twitter to express her gratitude towards BET and Meg for their blowout win.

“Thank you so much BET! shouts out to @theestallion, we had a great year and it’s gonna be even better next year!” she wrote.

“Thank you so much BET! shouts out to @theestallion, we had a great year and it’s gonna be even better next year!” https://t.co/25AqTHK0oO

— iamcardib (@iamcardib) October 6, 2021