Wargasm’s performance with Trash Boat’s Tobi Duncan reportedly got the Awards’ Twitch stream shut down for three days when Milkie Way’s nipples became visible through her chain top, but the group’s experience at the 2021 Heavy Music Awards will also have one other notable memory.

It was a moment that didn’t seem to bother the event’s organizers or some of the other performers, but it did result in a nudity strike by the awards’ streamer and said that she’s sorry for getting the Heavy Music Awards Twitch stream shut down for three days because of her nipples and added that she can’t believe that her nipples are so powerful.

Milkie Way’s performance and appearance were also praised by the Heavy Music Awards, which stated this serves to increase their admiration for @milkieway_. And every aspect of the night’s performances made them all proud of the said scene and optimistic about its future.

Way added that the last thing she’ll say on this is that she just wanted to wear a nice outfit that she felt good in for an important event and if you think that needs policing and that she’s the reason your night was ruined then she will straight up fight you and also said that people should police their expectations, not women’s bodies.

She also showed off the top she wore to the ceremony, crediting the designer and including a link to more of her work.

Aside from the controversy surrounding the nipple-baring incident, the Heavy Music Awards honored some of the best in heavy music from the previous year. Bring Me the Horizon took home Best Album and Best UK Band awards at the fifth annual ceremony for their release Post Human: Survival Horror. Rou Reynolds of Enter Shikari was awarded Best Production for his work on the band’s album Nothing Is True and Everything Is Possible. Meanwhile, “Taxi” by Nova Twins was named Best Video.

Spirit Box (Best International Breakthrough Band) and Ghostemane were among the other notable winners (Best International Band). Hot Milk and Sleep Token also performed during the evening.