Kanye and Kim Kardashian-West were honored at the 20th Annual Webby Awards in New York City on Monday (May 16), with both taking home the evening’s most coveted awards.
Ye earned the Webby for Artist of the Year, while Kim was crowned with the Break the Internet Award.
The rapper did not attend, but delivered a five-word acceptance speech. “I can’t stand short speeches,” he said in a pre-taped video.
Kim was there, and for her five-word speech, she said: “Nude selfies ’till I die.”
Other winners during the event were director Spike Lee, who was awarded the very first Webby for Social Movement of the Year for #BlackLivesMatters, while Action Bronson presented VICE with the Best Cultural Website honors.
Erykah Badu closed out the show with a musical tribute to Prince.