Following her two GRAMMY wins over the weekend, H.E.R gave a shout-out to her Filipino fans online.
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The Filipino-American singer recently shared how her "Tita Joanne" (Aunt Joanne) would react to her GRAMMY wins, in a video she posted on TikTok.
Shout out to my Filipinos. #pinoypride pic.twitter.com/GMAitEjFeQ— H.E.R. (@HERMusicx) March 16, 2021
Almost immediately, the video was met with praises from the 'Better Than I Imagine' act's Filipino fans, many applauding H.E.R. for showcasing her Filipino roots.
mahal talaga kita, @HERMusicx 😂❤️— kat (@awesome_kat) March 16, 2021
my titas do sound like this 😂 https://t.co/gP7RPTYtXU
HAHAHAHA GIRLIE NAILED IT 😭 https://t.co/13KBWCZfrp— carol 💛💛 - TL47 ❄️ (@cybercaroline) March 16, 2021
YYYYYAASSSS that's the Filipino aunty right there 😂🇵🇭💕 https://t.co/VZkBY0Wa5c— 🇵🇭🇺🇸 (@infamousanggg) March 16, 2021
This is the artist's second time at the GRAMMYS, winning Best R&B Album and Best R&B Performance with Daniel Cesar in 2019. This year, H.E.R won Best R&B Song for 'Better Than I Imagine', and Song Of The Year for her protest anthem 'I Can't Breathe'.
Fresh off her GRAMMY wins, the singer-songwriter was also announced to have been nominated for an Oscar for her song 'Fight For You' from the movie, Judas and the Black Massiah.
Listen to H.E.R.'s 'I Can't Breathe' here.