MTV's Giving Away Free Tickets to Next Week's Sucker Free Awards at LIV

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Buried deep in the Comcast Digital Preferred package of premium pay cable, and sandwiched between MTV Hits and MTV Tr3s, channel 140 belongs to that moderately popular MTV sister station known as MTV 2.

Peppered with crap television like Guy Code and Bellator MMA Fighting, the network's an overall waste of airspace. However, MTV 2 does manage to pull the proverbial rabbit out of a snap-back hat with its hip-hop countdown series, Sucker Free.

The show's hitting Miami Beach later this month for the Sucker Free Awards at the Fontainebleau and y'all gotta to show up. Find out how to score free tickets after the cut.

Forget being turned away at LIV again, you're finally getting in and witnessing television history in the making. We hear members of the YMCMB crew are going to be there and that the show's "saluting the biggest names in hip-hop culture and style." Expect the unexpected, yo.

To score free tickets for the Sucker Free Awards on Friday, November 11, just visit Onset Productions, fill out the online application, and cross your fingers. You live in the greater Miami/South Florida area and be at least 21 years old to apply.

Swag it out, suckers.

Sucker Free Awards. Friday, November 11 at LIV (4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach). Tickets are free. Visit www.onsetproductions.com.

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