The sisters will face off in two categories at the June ceremony
Beyonce and her sister Solange are going head-to-head at the BET Awards
Beyonce, 35, and her youngster sister, Solange, 30, have both been nominated for Video of the Year and Best Female R&B/Pop Artist.
Solange Knowles is nominated with her 2016 album A Seat At The Table, which made number one in the United States billboard.
Queen Bey, who won video of the year with Formation last year, is nominated for the top prize again with Sorry.
Despite the pair’s seemingly close relationship, the Knowles family descended into difficulty when leaked CCTV footage from 2014’s Met Gala showed Solange attacking Beyonce’s husband, Jay Z, in a lift as her older sister stood impassively by.
The then 27-year-old was caught on surveillance camera lashing out wildly at her brother-in-law, then 44, with both her arms and her legs.
In the footage, a man who looks to be a bodyguard tries to hold Solange back but she manages to rain blows on the rapper several times and even hits him with her purse.
During the altercation, Jay Z grabs her stiletto clad foot to block a kick but never attempts to retaliate.
While there was never any official comment about the incident, Solange later spoke out to comment that everything was "all good" between her and her brother-in-law.
Now, years later, the sisters could be at loggerheads again as they are up against each other at the BET Awards.
Beyonce is up for seven awards at the ceremony and is followed by Bruno Mars who has five nods while Solange is up for four.
For Best Video, Beyonce will go against Solange's Cranes In the Sky, Bruno Mars' 24K Magic, Migos' Bad and Boujee and Big Sean's Bounce Back.
Beyonce and Solange will also go head-to-head for best female R&B/pop artist, along with Rihanna, Mary J Blige and Kehlani.
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