Chance The Rapper walked away with a message from Michelle Obama and the prestigious Humanitarian Award, while Beyoncé swept key accolades at the 2017 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.

In addition to his prestigious accolade, Chance – who is only 24 – walked away with the awards for Best Collaboration (featuring 2 Chainz), for the song No Problem and Best New Artist.

Chance now becomes the youngest person to ever receive the BET Humanitarian Award.

In his acceptance speech, he was the Chance that we have all come to love:

“It feels a little early to be getting something like this, but my God doesn’t make mistakes”.

Former First Lady, Michelle Obama, also streamed in to give a message of support for the young rapper:

Meanwhile, Beyoncé, who sent a letter of gratitude in absentia – as she is busy nursing her new-born twins – scooped the awards for Best Female R&B/pop artist, Viewers’ Choice award for Sorry, Video of the Year for Lemonade and Album of the year for Lemonade.

Other notable achievers on the list include Steph Curry from the Golden State Warriors who took home the Sportsman of the Year Award, while Serena Williams was named the Sportswoman of the Year.

The Best Movie Award went to Hidden Figures, while Mahershala Ali, was named Best Actor.

Check out the full list of awards and winners here.