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The BET Hip-Hop Awards 2010 aired this evening and Diddy picked up the win in the "Hustler of the Year" category.

As I reported in September, Dirty Money's "Hello Good Morning (Remix)" and DJ Khaled's "All I Do is Win (Remix)" featuring Diddy were both nominated in the "Reese's Perfect Combo Award" category (also known as "Best Collaboration"). But, they came up short, to Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind" with Alicia Keys.

"Hello Good Morning" was nominated for "Best Club Banger," with the award going to Rick Ross' "B.M.F." But, it was a cool moment as Diddy went up on stage with him and Ross mentioned both Bad Boy and Ciroc in his short acceptance speech.

"Once again, it's on," he said. "Team Rozay. Maybach Music. Def Jam. Ciroc Boyz. Bad Boy. We here. CMB forever. Free Weezy."

Diddy, Rick Ross and DJ Khaled opened the show with a performance of the song, with Diddy and Khaled helping with the ad-libs and sharing the hypeman role. After "B.M.F.," they did Ross' "MC Hammer," with a break at the end where MC Hammer came out to perform a small portion of "Too Legit to Quit." They all appeared on stage briefly and the show had began.